Month: June 2019

The Struggle Is Real

I’m struggling today. Struggling with my energy levels, concentration and more so than anything, with my writing. 209 days ago on December 3, 2018, I published my first article on ChrisJonesBlogs.com. During these 209 days, I have written more article than I have taken naps (520 to be exact). There have been some great days […]

The Truth About Selling on Amazon

Why do you think Amazon sellers only show their sales numbers as opposed to showcasing their actual bank balances (both business and personal)? Because they’re too proud? Perhaps they’re too humble? Possibly they’re just scared? Or maybe, just maybe, under all of the quirky marketing posts they upload on social media they’re more financially crippled […]

Death: Our Universal Commonality

Today, tomorrow, someday soon, your time on this earth will have expired. It’s true that many of us squander our time partaking in wasteful activities: discussing trivial matters, worrying about the past and aiming to predict the forever uncertain future, partaking in endless rounds of malicious gossip, in constant exploration for the cheer of fanfare, […]

It’s Time to Fight

From mid-2015 to early-2018, I was earning no less than £10,000 per month. Both my business and personal bank balances were looking just lovely. My business was booming and my life was flowing in a dreamlike motion. I was gallivanting off on what many people would call “a holiday of a lifetime” every few months […]

Life: A Brief Moment

“You may not wake up tomorrow.” – Seneca If your life were to end tomorrow, what legacy would live on after you? Would you be just another loose-fitting mortal who once lived in the local hamlet or will you be the one who designed the blueprint for the hamlet itself? Would you own the dishonorable […]

Unmasking My Addiction

“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Carl Bard Seventeen-days ago, I managed to rid myself of a certain menacing addiction. One that was adamant in taking over many aspects of my life. And up until recently, it […]

The Truth About Failure

“Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently.” – Henry Ford I want to talk about failure. 20/12/18: the day that I had my “dream car” taken away from me. Yet surprisingly there were no tears, confusion or grumbles, nor did I harbor any bitterness because of it. Strangely, I felt an almighty surge […]