My friend, Johnny B. Truant, has an interesting content project called Question the Rules (affiliate link). What’s interesting is that Johnny’s offer is for those of you who want to live the nonconformist’s view of a business and life. Maybe you had purple hair in school. Maybe you still do? Maybe you just don’t like the way “the man” gets all the loot and you’re still shaking your empty fist at society. Yep, that’s how Johnny sees it.
From here, it gets practical, though. This isn’t about headbanging. It’s about understanding the do-it-yourself mindset. It’s about setting real goals, instead of those fluffy things you put on mission statement guidebooks. It’s got a module on belief and faith (and not necessarily the religious kind – at least not entirely). And it ends with a module on networking outside of the box.
I tried getting through every single piece of information that Johnny and partner Lee Stranahan put into their program, but there was so much. I admit that I skipped a bit to make sure that I could see enough of it all to report back.
It’s not for everyone. If you’re buttoned down and very conservative, this might not be your course. But I like Question The Rules as a project because it speaks to the outsiders (and boy, I was quite the outsider for a lot of my life).
It’s a great escape velocity project, and it’s definitely a “get going and DO something” kind of course/project.
Johnny gave me an offer to give to you. This thing costs $397 US. But from today (Wednesday) until Friday (the 19th), if you use code “chrisbrogan”, it will only cost $197. Yep. $200 off for those of us looking to achieve escape velocity.
Want some? Swing by Question the Rules, look around, and then sign up.
This post is part of a series of posts where I highlight people creating projects that help others achieve escape velocity. Beyond just blogging for pleasure, some people are looking for ways to make ends meet in the down economy. They’re looking for how they can pay some bills, or even just afford the occasional nice dinner for the family. As I discover projects and courses that seem useful, I will review them and present them to you for consideration. It’s part of understanding how human business works.