The Truth About You, Your College Degree and Your Job

This is a guest post and video by Farnoosh Brock of Prolific Living. Too many times in my engineering degree, I felt frustrated and unhappy. Many more times in my 11-year corporate career, I felt trapped, discouraged and miserable. And I did absolutely nothing about it. Well, that's not entirely true. I griped. I complained. I wallowed in my own self-pity. I gossiped with my co-workers about the unfairness of it all, but in hindsight, I did nothing useful, nothing that helped me leave … [Read more...]

How Green Juicing Paved the Way to My Other Smart Habits

This is a guest post by Farnoosh Brock. While it may seem out of the ordinary from the usual blogging and social media, I included it for two reasons. 1) Farnoosh is a wonderful friend and inspiring person who has contributed some great articles and interviews here before. 2) Healthy habits are an essential part of blogging - if you aren't healthy, you won't be able to produce great content. Enjoy! I believe all good smart habits are related and connected, and before I tell you … [Read more...]

Farnoosh Brock Talks About a Smart Exit Strategy Out of the Wrong Job

This is an interview with Farnoosh Brock of Prolific Living. She is returning again to Kikolani to talk to us about creating a smart exit strategy (aff link) out of the wrong job and why it pays to find work that you can love. 1. A lot of the readers at Kikolani are interested in full-time self-employment with strong interests in social media, blogging and free-lancing among other things. You share some of these passions. Can you tell us your take on self-employment? Self-employment … [Read more...]

10 Killer Tips You Must Know When Using Aweber

This is a guest post by Farnoosh Brock, an amazingly inspirational blogger at Prolific Living, a blog about smart habits for rich living. If you are online (hello, you are reading this so you must be!) and you have a business - or are even thinking about having a business – online, you would be doing yourself a huge favor by creating and collecting a mailing list. Simple as this is, I did not see the value in it and only looked into it at the persistence of my very good blogger friends … [Read more...]