Who Is Clay Collins And Why He's The Real Deal

If you want to know who Clay Collins really is you should meet him.

If you want a summary of it this is probably the best I’ve found and it’s written by him.

I work for no man. Work is sacred and I’m living out of my imagination. Building something to leave behind when I’m gone.

Clay Collins struck me as someone to pay attention to when I found his blog The Growing Life (now dead) back in the fall.  I was young and uninitiated to the ways of lifestyle design and personal development and Clay’s tone resonated with me in a way that the productivity and life-hacking community didn’t.

I’m still young but I’ve managed to get a few things under my lifestyle design belt and a few of them were inspired by Clay.

Clay isn’t your run-of-the-mill personal development blogger, he’s been there and done that.  He’s a man bent on liberating others from the trap of the monotone world by showing them how to do it – for real.

I got to interview Clay about his mission in life, Project Mojave, the upcoming Project Mojave Conference, his typical day, and he even gives me a little pep talk on my own work in Project Mojave.

Here he shares how he got started into blogging and online business and where that led him.

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 Who Is Clay Collins And Why He's The Real Deal

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  • I have to admit, I have not been a fan of Mojave, Clay, or most of the lifestyle design stuff for the exact thing Clay said: "Doing bloggers a disservice... because they are selling stuff to beginners who have no clue."

    You hooked me right there. I signed up for that newsletter, have a lot more respect for what he's doing, and will definitely look forward to hearing more! Thanks.

  • I agree. It's definitely an assumption many people get hooked with when they start doing business style things online. It's still a business and isn't some system you can just drop money into and expect gross returns.

    I'm glad you liked it. The interview was truly great to do.

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