Are you living an integrated life? Take the test and find out!

BE THE FIRST TO TAKE THE TEST (and receive 4 free ebooks) AT: share it with your friends and get a conversation going!

In the pursuit of money and career, people often sacrifice the things they are really passionate about. In the execution of their daily diet, people are often sacrificing their health. In prioritizing their desire to be in a relationship, people sometimes sacrifice the full expression of their own sexuality. I’ve observed and experienced this in my own life as well as in the choices and outcomes of those around me.

This sad reality is often due to societal pressure to be, do and have certain things in certain ways and at certain times in our lives.

A life can be balanced in many ways. When I, however, talk about a life that’s “integrated,”  I’m referring to how balanced it is in those areas of career, diet and relationships. The questions are:

Is your pursuit of a career balanced with the expression of your passion?

Is your daily diet actually balanced with and supporting your health?

Is your relationship offering the satisfaction of your sexuality?

I wrote a short, FREE ebook titled, appropriately enough, The Integrated Life A Blueprint for Balancing Passion With Career, Diet With Health & Sexuality With Relationship (available as a free download at  It was originally targeted to “passionpreneurs” as a primer for the career vs. passion challenge, but is relevant to just about everyone!

It contains a few ideas to get a conversation going (and perhaps lead to  some changes in your life) and includes a short questionnaire test to determine your “Integration Quotient,” a score of how well you’re doing on your journey. I’ve just spent the last few days coding and have re-set and relaunched the online version of that test on my website:
TAKE THE TEST (and receive 4 free ebooks) AT:

Share it with your friends and get a conversation going! (Note: I do all the coding myself, so let me know of any tweaks I need to make)

What's the Big Idea?

What’s the Big Idea Episode 3: The Music Entrepreneur’s Calendar

The Music Entrepreneur’s Calendar was my third big idea! Here’s the story behind it:


What's the Big Idea?

What’s the Big Idea? Episode 2: This Game of Hip Hop Artist Management

Let me tell you the story of my second “big idea!” It was the second book I wrote, and I started generating income from it before I even created it!

What's the Big Idea?

Where my ideas come from #1: Change the Game

My first book, Change the Game, was my first “grand slam” idea! The income from sales of that single book matched my civil engineering income and ultimately helped free me from corporate employment! Here’s where that idea came from and the principle behind it.


What’s a “Preneurpreneur???” Glad you asked!

Okay. Follow me on this.

As you know, a passionpreneur is someone who is using his/her passion as the basis of an entrepreneurial venture; creating products or services based on or inspired by a unique passion(s).

A nomadpreneur is someone who becomes or remains an entrepreneur and generates income inspired by, consistent with, facilitated by or even despite his/her nomadic lifestyle.
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A Hip Hop entrepreneur generates income based on, inspired by or in the furtherance of his/her passion for the music, dance, art, clothing and language of Hip Hop

A pandemicpreneur is someone who succeeds despite, or as a result of the unique circumstances and market opportunities that come with a pandemic!

Here on Saipan, I launched the “Saipanpreneur” Project to encourage entrepreneurial ventures within the community. The SaipanWriter’s workshop series was just one of its manifestions.
See and

Well, it occurred to me yesterday during my morning routine running on the beach, that a “preneurpreneur” is someone who generates income through entrepreneurial ventures based on, inspired by, in the furtherance of,  and/or to encourage, educate and empower other entrepreneurs in their passion-centered, culture-specific, lifestyle-dictated, circumstance-affected entrepreneurial ventures!

If I (or you) “preneur” ( verb. i.e., create and sell products and services like books, workshops, coachingcourses) based on the needs of and/or to create other “preneurs” (noun), that makes me (or you) a PRENEURPRENEUR!!
(And I now own that domain too!!) 🙂 Just a thought. Maybe I need a new hobby.

A Day in the Life

Amazon-KDP suspended my author account!!


On Wed, Nov 16, 2022 at 6:08 AM Kindle Content Review
FROM: KDP Account Review
TO: Walt Goodridge


We have temporarily suspended your KDP account because you submitted titles which contain content that is freely available on the web. We don’t accept content that is freely available on the web unless you are the
exclusive copyright owner of that content.

You can see the violations reflected in the following title(s):

Title: Fit to Breed…forever!: 10 causes of impotence they don’t want you to know about probably because there’s no money in the simple cures that can help improve and maintain your erection/ASIN:5247479

Before we can reinstate your account, we need you to do the following:

1. Reply to this message with the following declaration: “I confirm that I will remove any content for which I do not have the exclusive publishing rights and that I will adhere to all terms in the Content Guidelines when submitting new content”; and
2. Review your catalog and remove any titles that do not comply with the Content Guidelines or for which you do not have the necessary publishing

Until we receive a response from you regarding this issue, your account will remain blocked…..

Watch the video for an update on the situation….



“Seeker makes the move!” Words to live by

This is one of the mantras I use that dictate how I interact with others in business as well as in personal matters. It’s one of the ways I ensure that things go smoothly as I live my passionpreneur lifestyle:


Find a mission for your passion

Just a reminder. If your goal is to really commit to and follow through with a renewed and “once and for all” pursuit of your passion in the new year (by the way, now’s the time to start laying the foundation), then I suggest you attach that passion to a higher purpose–a mission, if you will–that will inspire as well as guide you on your journey.

My own mission (“I share what I know, so that others may grow”) is ever on the forefront of my mind in everything I do (including my recent 45-day no-food fast). However, I found myself actually typing that mission while updating the (current) 8th edition of my flagship publication, Turn Your Passion Into Profit  as I do every year or so.

On page 348 (in the “backmatter” of the book right before the index), I write:

[begin] As an author, and as part of my personal mission, my greatest wish is to share what I’ve learned with as many people as possible, to help them grow as I have. Towards that end, I write books, primarily, and yes I sell those books! That’s how I survive, and as we learned in Turn Your Passion Into Profit, that’s how any of us survives in this world’s current paradigm: we offer things of value others desire—whether it’s our time, experience, expertise or training—in exchange for things of equivalent value we desire.

It’s nice to know that others have, indeed, found value in my creations. My books have been used as texts for university courses, as guides by other coaches, and my ideas have been quoted by Guerrilla Marketing guru Jay Conrad Levinson, music industry pioneer Chuck D, and other business authors worldwide. It is my hope that you too can find something of value among the brands and products I’ve created as I share what I know–information, inspiration, ideas and instruction–across a range of personal passions in matters of business & entrepreneurship, writing & publishing, health & healing, travel, relationships and more, to help others grow! [end]

Followed by all of my logos:

That’s what motivates ME! That’s what fuels each new book, project, idea and the logos I use to market them!

The question is: What will inspire YOU? What’s going to be YOUR mission? What will fuel you to keep going day after day? Will it be to leave a legacy for your children? Help your family step up a notch on the ladder of prosperity? Achieve a personal sense of accomplishment? Fulfill a promise to a loved one? Live longer and in better health to help those you care about?

A worthwhile personal mission, tied to the ardent pursuit of a passion…can move mountains and change the world! Make it your mission today to find a mission for your passion!

A Day in the Life My Daily Task List

A peek: my morning routine living the passionpreneur lifestyle

Every day living my passionpreneur lifestyle is a little different, but each one typically starts out about the same. Here’s a peek into the mornings, along with some explanatory links (all links open in new browser windows, so you won’t lose this page) as well as the rest of the day:

4:00am wake up; weigh myself; record weight and other items in my fast/health journal

• check my tracker stats for visitor totals for blogs and websites (discoversaipanblog, passionblog, adeptblog, parasiteblog, jamaicaninchina)

• check my book sales on Amaz, GooglePlay, Smashwords

• check overnight incoming email (tour requests, coaching requests, personal emails, USPS tracking updates, free download alerts, website sales, Google alerts, domain renewals…)

• check overnight visits to most popular videos on other channels (LaMancha documentary, Jamaicans…)

• check mainland US headlines on and world headlines at

• check and (for local developments here on Saipan)

• check my youtube feed for new releases from my favorite channels (TUG, TheQuartering, The Why Files…if you want the full list, leave a comment below!)

• review my daily tasks; move yesterday’s completed tasks down & set new tasks/goals for today

• Responding to email (tour inquiries, book inquiries)

• Editing/creating Youtube videos in Openshot

• Record audio or video in my home studio

• Work on infographics or fun graphics like this in GIMP2

• Post to blogs

• add content to any book projects I may currently be working on (The Parasite Report, at present)

A look at how I set up my home studio

5:00am If I’m working on and documenting any Ageless Adept protocols (fasting, cleansing, detoxes)–and I usually am–this is when I might do a castor oil flush, MMS bath, other protocol.

6:00am If I am recording a Youtube video for any of my channels, this is when I typically have to stop as this is when the restaurant next door turns on its exhaust fans and things in the neighborhod start to get noisy

By 6:00am, the sun rises and the neighborhood comes alive. I may be out jogging!

6:30am  If I’m not fasting, and if this is a Mon, Wed or Fri, I may head out at this time to run barefoot on the beach for two miles. Takes about half hour.

Two-mile beach run

7:00am This is when I would typically schedule any coaching calls from mainland US coaching clients.

9:30am Out and About: I’ll typically head out to run errands or just to take a break and see the island!
(purchases, laundry, post office, visit friend, sunbathe…)

12Noon onward I’ll typically be working intermittently on any number of projects having to do with the 24+ books, 5 Youtube channels, 88 domains, 12 facebook pages I manage– all while watching Youtube videos on any number of mindless entertainment or educational topics (legal, politics, comedy, social commentary, cooking, mystery, travel, red pill, business insights, survival and more!)

1:30pm If a one-hour sunbath is in my plans–and if weather permits–this is when I’ll typically head out and up to the north end of the island to a secret spot and sit on the rocks at the high point of the sun

Watch me mountain climb in flip flops!

3:00pm  From this time on, I’ll be resuming any number of tasks started at 4:20am, cooking (if not fasting)…

OTHER VARIATIONS OF MY TYPICAL DAY: the routine is a little different on (a) tour days, (b) workshop days, (c) fasting days/weeks, (d) Saturdays, (e) special project lockdowns (.i.e., when a special project–like a revamp of ALL my websites or updates of ALL my books, or the coding for some software I’m creating–consumes all my waking hours and I work on nothing else but! )

A recent, special multi-day tour: (click image to experience it)

AND, OF COURSE:  A lifetime ago, when I worked as a civil engineer on the 73rd floor of World Trade Center One, I remember looking out the window down at the end of the aisle of cubicles and desperately yearning to be free so I could “go see a movie in the middle of the day!”  Not so often these days, but every once in a while I’ll head out to the single movie theatre here on Saipan for the earliest show (typically 1pm or 4pm) and take in a flick!

A Day in the Life My Daily Task List

What I did today

Working from lists is one of my “secrets” for being productive and managing my four identities, 5 Youtube channels, two dozen websites, 48 books and just everyday life! Here is my actual “done” list from yesterday (some of it gets a little geeky, so feel free to ask for clarification in the comments section):

DONE- Complete preparation of all blogs
DONE- submit article and headshot to local newspapers
DONE- reply to R. (coaching client)
DONE- use AWS SES* for MailPoet plugin
DONE- set up AWS SES for
DONE- use AWS SES for
DONE- use AWS SES for
DONE- use AWS SES for blog
DONE- post “What channel should I focus on?” to
DONE- re-install wordpress from scratch
DONE- create link
DONE- check that Analytics code for blog is working
DONE- place Vitaminlife order

*Amazon Web Service’s Simple Email Service; this allows emails from the MailPoet plug-in of my blogs to be reliably delivered to subscribers.

As I said, I have multiple identities, websites, channels and blogs, whenever I work on a new project (e.g., setting up blogs), I create a template of the steps involved because:
(a) I’ll more than likely have to repeat them
(b) I can offer the templates in my Websites That Sell Checklist and/or my Zero Cost Business Operations Manual. (Free at

So, with that said, here is the template I use along with the confirmation email I use for the MailPoet WordPress plug-in

• set up MYSQL database in hosting account (e.g., ionos→hosting→databases)
• download and extract latest version of WordPress
• modify, rename wp-config-sample.php to wp-config.php
• upload WP files & directories to domain/directory (
• run installation process
• install & activate Classic Editor plug-in
• install & activate Classic Editor Addon plug-in
• install & activate Classic Widgets plug-in
• install & activate MailPoet plug-in
• install & activate GA Google Analytics plugin
• change all relevant settings & identity
• change media settings 500×500 1000×1000
• change default post category & default mail category
• set up permalink
• create Google Analytics property for blog;
• input Google Analytics code into wordpress settings
• choose theme (I like the simplicity of TwentyTwenty)
• create welcome post; delete static page
• change appearance->widgets->footer1 & footer2
• change social media menu
• set up MAILPOET (welcome,post notice,form, lists, settings)
• use AMAZON AWS SES SMTP for sending emails
• no need to create SPF record in DNS settings(ionos→domains→DNS→add record)
• no need to create DMARC record in DNS settings

• Use this as confirmation email template

[This email is safe! See “Important” details below.]
Welcome to the PassionPreneur™ Blog mailing list!
Please confirm your subscription by clicking the link below:I CONFIRM MY SUBSCRIPTION!IMPORTANT: If you see a spam/safety warning in this or the welcome email (or if it ends up in your spam/promotions folder), don’t worry, these emails are safe and are coming from me. To PREVENT this happening for future emails from me, try the following:(a) add AND to your contacts(b) mark the email as “not spam”

(c) remove “promotions” label and click “apply”

(d) create a FILTER and allow emails from me and/or check “do not send to spam”

The instructions for taking any of the above steps will vary for Gmail, Yahoo, and other email providers/services.

Thank you,




This is a new series/category I’m testing out. If you’ve found it helpful or wish to request additional information, please leave a comment below.–Walt