Happiness and Balance

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You may want to subscribe to this podcast on iTunes. This week I (Chris) discus happiness and balance with hobo ecommerce entrepreneur James Ferrer of tokyowheel.jp. I caught up with James in between Jiujitsu training and surfing in Phuket where he’s been living for a few months. James is a super positive guy with a… Read more »

Opting Out Of Christmas

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With a few rare exceptions, I basically haven’t given anyone a Christmas present or sent anyone a Christmas card for a number of years now. And I’m not some miserable miser with no friends, or estranged from my family, I just decided not to bother with Christmas any more a few years back. I guess… Read more »

Do something different every day

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Today I realised that for the last two weeks, I’d basically done the same thing for breakfast everyday – eating a ‘healthy’ fruit and yoghurt at home. I had blindly created a little routine. So this morning in order to break this routine, I went out to a cafe I’d never been before and ordered… Read more »

My Hobo CEO story by Mitch.

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hobo CEO editor note: I met Mitch at a business/internet networking event during a brief spell of living in London, he was an oasis amongst a drizzly grey background of uninspiring and old fashioned business people (plus a lot of rain). Mitch is a true hobo CEO, like myself he’s never been able to fit… Read more »

How I became a ‘hobo CEO’

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The Beginning It all started in 2005, during a bad patch. I’d just been wiped out by an unexpectedly large tax bill and simultaneously dropped my two biggest clients, so I was feeling rather poor. I realised being a freelance web developer wasn’t the smartest business model. I thought to myself “I’ve been building software… Read more »