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How I Became an Overnight Success as a Blogger

To hell with the years of sweat, frustration, and self doubt.

By the Spring of 2002, I had built and sold a consulting company, and had recently gone back to work as programmer with a huge media company in the Ashburn, Virginia area. I was married with kids, house, pets, debt, the whole thing. I worked a LOT of hours, so many in fact, that I came home one night to find that everyone had moved out.




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Travis Hubbard

Travis Hubbard

I have no idea why I started writing, but I’m glad I did. I’ve met so many interesting people as a result. Work, entrepreneurship, life, management, and travel.

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