Posts Tagged "Bob Evenhouse"

Become an Everydayer by Bob Evenhouse

Become an Everydayer by Bob Evenhouse

By on Jun 9, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

I love hockey. Not just watching it on TV, but reading about it on obscure blogs, watching Youtube clips in the offseason, listening to sports talk radio, and rehashing stories with friends at work. It’s a passion and I’m an evangelist. I don’t love it for the fighting, but the grit. When a player battles through a second degree separated shoulder, a broken foot,...

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Steve Martin, 14 Years, And Becoming A Wildly Famous Writer by Bob Evenhouse

Steve Martin, 14 Years, And Becoming A Wildly Famous Writer by Bob Evenhouse

By on Apr 3, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

This post was originally published on Bob Evenhouse’s blog. See it and other great posts by clicking here. Born Standing Up was one of my favorite reads of 2016. I was familiar with Mr. Martin‘s stand up and a few of his movies, but not much else. Come to find out, he’s been successful as a comedian, actor, musician, and author. It’s like he’s mastered the art...

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The Real Story Behind Any Overnight Success

The Real Story Behind Any Overnight Success

By on Apr 4, 2016 in Blog | 1 comment

If you’ve turned on the television, even by accident, in the last ten years you’ve seen The Voice, (Insert Country)’s Got Talent, American Idol, etc. There are many reasons people watch these shows. One reason is the rags to riches tale that encompasses the life of the winner. They were John Doe and now they are Sebastian Cool with a record deal and a million bucks....

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How To Make More Time For The Things You Love

How To Make More Time For The Things You Love

By on Feb 10, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

If you are reading this chances are you want to do something extraordinary. The problem is that you need margin in your life to make it happen and just don’t have the time. How do you create this space?   No one can conjure up another three hours each day unless you are Hermione Granger with a Time Turner. But what we can do is cross examine how we spend our...

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Why Every Writer Should Think Like A Scientist

Why Every Writer Should Think Like A Scientist

By on Jan 6, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

If you’re a writer you’ve been a failure. No matter if you’re a New York Times Best-Selling Author or just starting out you wrote an article, short story, book or blog post, and it was rejected or not excepted by your audience. It’s easy to feel like a failure. I know I have.  No matter if it’s merely a blog post that got poor traffic, feeling rejected can be...

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