Note: 10 (Ways to Adapt) in Prison

The Note Issue Twelve


A report on results I got from the affiliate program I was a part.

I made $0.

Few who reached out to me where a bit late.

The course is closed until March.

Preparation of a place I’ll use to sell digital products is almost ready.

I’ll continue to keep you up to date.

— Joel

P.S. I have just republished eight months of priceless business education on my blog.


Ten ways to adapt to prison
Danner Darcleight is serving a 25 year to life sentence in an American prison. His memoir, “Concrete Carnival” is set for release in this month.


Ten ways to do everything better
I hate listicles. They almost always exaggerate. But I love this one for a reason. It’s powerful. A minute long.


A reasonable man
Business lessons are everywhere. The best lessons are experienced first hand. You don’t have to seek great mentors, attend expensive conferences, or worship the best minds in the industry.


Unless it’s mad, passionate or extraordinary love, it’s a waste of your time. There are too many mediocre things in life; Love shouldn’t be one of them.
— Unknown

Hi, I’m Joel. I write this Notes to you every Tuesday. My goal with this simple letter is to present you by way of email. A manageable selection (3 items) of engaging, practical, and personal stories that make your day a little more pleasant. Click here to learn more