Earn Money With the WP-Prosperity WordPress Theme Affiliate Program

I want to give you some money. Seriously, I do. All I ask is that you help spread the word about my WordPress theme, WP-Prosperity. If someone buys a copy of WP-Prosperity because of your recommendation, I’ll pay you a 25% commission on the sale.

Just a a few sales each month will make for a nice contribution toward your annual vacation fund. Plus, you’ll be helping to support me and my endeavors in the world, and that’s really good for your Karma.

Backed by Science: 5 Ways to Get Back On-Track Toward Achieving Your Goals

So you got off-track with your goal. It happens. Behavior change takes time, and it takes persistence. Research on people who quit smoking, for example, shows that it takes several attempts before they finally quit for good. Beating yourself up over a short-term setback will only keep you stuck. Instead, forgive yourself completely, and use these five tips to start fresh today.

Brené Brown’s Inspiring Message to Writers, Designers and Creatives Around the World

If you ever struggle with the fear of putting yourself or your work out there in the world, you’d be well-served to invest 22 minutes watching this video. It’s a keynote address from Dr. Brené Brown speaking to creative professional at a 99U conference.

In this video, she offers several gems of wisdom for folks like us, including my favorite Theodore Roosevelt quote about critics, courage and perseverance. If you don’t have 22 minutes to spare, here’s her message in a nutshell:

“If you’re going to show up and be seen, there is only one guarantee, and that is, you will get your ass kicked … That’s the only certainty you have. If you’re going to go in the arena and spend any time in there whatsoever, especially if you’ve committed to creating in your life, you will get your ass kicked …

“Yea, it’s so scary to show up. It feels dangerous to be seen. It’s terrifying. But it’s not as scary, dangerous or terrifying as getting to the end of our lives and thinking, what if I would’ve shown up? What would’ve been different?”