Something You Just Don’t See Often


When was the last time you walked into a bookstore and saw a stand with a prominent display that said,
“Ultimate Success Book For Conscious, Creative, Holistically Minded Entrepreneur Business Owners”

– it just doesn’t happen… you have to wade through a bunch of books on marketing, sales, money, speaking, goal-setting, time management, productivity, spirituality and then weave them together on your own…

Not Any More!

Our very own Seth Braun has done it with his new book, Indestructible Success: Creative Entrepreneurship and The Art of Small Business. 


For a limited time, you can get an expanded package of excellent content for FREE (including eBooks, Videos and Audio from thought leaders around the country)

If you are serious about success, this could be the best $25 investment you can make in your career.

But don’t take my word for it, check out what other have to say:

“Seth Braun’s message is a professional and spiritual transmission. This book works on you from the inside out, evoking a new level of clarity, purpose and power. Lots of books provide skills and strategies–this one makes you want to wake up, stand up, and joyfully create the destiny that is yours alone.”
– Jeff Salzman, Founder of Career Track, Integral Thought Leader

Now there is an ulterior motive here… I have to be honest… we are also trying to help Seth get Indestructible Success up to the Amazon Best-Seller Ranking. In the first 12 hours, the book went from #29,843 to #4,442 to #3,000 this morning… (probably higher by the time you read this)

I think it would be kind of cool to have another best-seller from Fairfield, don’t you?


Jan Swinton and Local Food Advocacy

Here’s a fantastic blog, featuring an article on Fairfield’s own local food leader Jan Swinton. Enjoy exploring!

The Search for Convenient Resilience

Our stay in Fairfield, IA connected us with local food advocate, Jan Swinton. We met up with her for a delicious lunch at one of Fairfield’s Indian restaurants, and then hit the town for a tour of various Fairfield sustainability initiatives, concentrating on their local food movement.

Jan’s current project is a farm to school food program, but it’s a work in progress. The goal is to provide schools with healthy, local produce. Jan estimates that currently less than 1% of school food is produced by local farmers and that’s a number she aims to increase. It’s hard for schools to accept just a percentage of their food from local producers, Schools require a lot of produce and most local farmers simply don’t have the capacity. In order to make useful connections between schools and farmers, Jan has to convince farmers to increase their production. In order to do that…

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