After spending Tet in Hanoi, we hopped on Vietnam airlines to Dong Hoi. We had an overnight stay planned at a farmstay and then onward to Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, home of a massive cave system. Vietnam Airlines is my new best friend. (If … [Continue reading] about Exploring the Phong Nha Caves (With a stop in Dong Hoi, Vietnam)
Vietnam reminds me of my former home state, California. Both are a single state/country and yet each offers rich geographical and lifestyle diversity. In Saigon you can smoke Cuban cigars from an elegant rooftop bar on Monday night and then hop a … [Continue reading] about Motobiking from Huế to Hội An, Vietnam
Jeff Walker coined a cool phrase that sums up my approach to the web - multiple streams of traffic. We all know that multiple streams of income are preferable to a single stream of income. If you lose one job or client, you will be OK as you have … [Continue reading] about Why You Need Multiple Streams of Traffic
I'm a fan of Jeff Walker's work and thought highly of his book Launch. (Read my review of Launch by Jeff Walker.) His recent video resonated with me, as I've been thinking of a way to handle an issue at Danger & Play. How do you reward your core … [Continue reading] about How to Get Rid of Whiners and Complainers
Although the Vietnamese work long hours (a full day's work is often 12 hours or longer), they also take their holidays seriously. Tết, the Vietnamese new year, is a major holiday. Saigon practically shuts down during Tết, as people return home to be … [Continue reading] about Happy Tết 2015 from Hanoi!