This year I sold The Write Life, an online business I’d built mostly as a side project over the last eight years. This post explains why I sold it, what the process was like, and what I’m building next.
Here’s a lesson I’ve learned so many times, one that comes back to me again as I reflect on selling The Write Life: It’s always worth investing in yourself.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from selling two online businesses, it’s this: Ignore the formulas and multiples the internet tells you to use to value your business.
Just a few months after giving birth to my second child, I was invited to give an on-stage presentation. Could I do it?
Covering news in your niche can be alluring. But if news isn’t your company’s bread and butter, it’s usually smarter to avoid the temptation. Here’s why.
Last year unearthed a pessimism I didn’t know existed inside of me. I feel forever changed; my worldview has tilted. And not in a good way. In a that-year-stole-my-innocence sort of way.