Dan Dowling

Dan Dowling

Solopreneur, writer, and coach

As a former couch-surfing millennial turned solopreneur writer and coach, Dan Dowling writes on personal development. Visit MillennialSuccess.io and learn how to create your own solopreneur success story.

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Solving My Dumbest Life Problems Was the Key to Figuring Out My Biggest Business Issues

Solving the stupid little problems is enough of a mental reset that your biggest issues in life start handling themselves.

Learning a New Language Rejuvenated My Business

Sure, it's nice to talk in another language but the real benefit is the hard work your brain does learning it.

These Blunders Cost Me an Entire Year of My Life

Time passes whether you're spinning your wheels or moving forward.

The Almost Unbelievable Power of Your Belief Systems

Follow this visualization guide to achieve absolute clarity in your goals.

You've Got the Dreams but are You Doing the Work?

Planning out just one goal each day makes all the difference.

I Found Success by Embracing My Greatest Flaw

There's a positive and negative to every so-called "flaw." Are you ready to find your silver lining?

Increasing Employee Engagement Is About Un-Disengaging Your Workforce

Limiting emails and phone usage might be the smartest thing you ever do for your company.

How to Choose the Wrong Business Partner -- Just the Way I Did

Partnerships are like marriages: Get to know the person first. Or you may pay later.

3 Steps to Turn Your Smartphone Into a Self-Improvement Engine

Science shows that your IQ is lower when your smartphone is near, but not when you use these three steps.

Why Tenacity Is More Important Than Brilliance for Entrepreneurial Success

Lots of people are smart enough to succeed as entrepreneurs, but few have the tenacity to work through the inevitable failures.

If Your Path to Success Has You Borderline Insane, You're On the Right Path.

Progress is imperfect by nature. Here are three strategies to cope with it and keep moving forward.

The Secret to Becoming a Peak Performance Leader

The biggest difference between you and elite entrepreneurs is they plan better.

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