• May 19, 2014 WordPress Business

    The “Work For Myself” Myth

    There is a common myth that working as a freelancer, consultant or a company owner means “working for myself”. In my opinion that’s often a wrong perspective for people who are tired of working the wrong jobs for the wrong managers, trying to find an escape from this by running their own business and finding the […]

  • December 5, 2013 WordPress Business

    Choose Your Leaders – Time and Knowledge

    The world is built and based on several simple rules and everything else relies on them. One of the main concepts is the leadership – each group has a leader (or few) responsible for managing everything important for a community. The Big Picture On a larger scale this could be the president, the God, the […]

  • October 20, 2013 WordPress Business

    On WordPress, Windows, Knowledge and Testing

    I had an interesting conversation with a friend earlier today. It started with the persistent state of WordPress in some point of time, backing up and restoring a state after a failure, testing plugins here and there and keeping the site as useful, flexible and stable as possible at the same time. The gist of […]

  • August 7, 2013 WordPress Business

    The Cost of a Project

    I just got back from the supermarket. While leaving with my groceries, I overheard the following conversation: … Come on, you even teach while sitting – that’s such a lack of motivation! I do what I got paid to do. So, if you were earning X extra every month, you would be more excited? Sure. […]

  • July 7, 2013 WordPress Business

    Building a WordPress Website

    With 2.5 billion people using Internet over the world (and counting) positioning a business online is crucial. Picking the right solution for your business website is just as important, as it would determine different factors, such as: the cost of building a website the ease of maintenance and extensibility availability in terms of experts being […]