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Delightfully Simple Daily Lessons Laying Out How YOU Can Live Life On Your Own Terms, Build A Business That Supports Your Missions, Fund Your Capers, And Forge Your Ideal Lifestyle

Each day Sorcerers Guild headmaster Alexander Mullan dishes out actionable lessons and stories you can use to gain control over the most impactful areas of your life: relationships, finances, lifestyle, physical and mental health.

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No mystical mutterings about The Sorcerers Guild today, friends. Here’s why: Today marks the beginning of something I’m going to be doing over the first few days of each of my months (since I send each Guild issue to my Scribe on the 13th, my month then begins on the 14th). This “something” involves talking Read More

Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble. Fillet of a fenny snake, In the caldron boil and bake; Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog, Adder’s fork and blind-worm’s sting, Lizard’s leg and howlet’s wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil Read More

Heads up!On Saturday October 13th, shortly after I roll out of bed (approximately 1030am on Saturdays) is when I’m sending the next edition of The Sorcerers Guild paper & ink newsletter to my Scribe.Scratched into this month’s mailing you’ll learn:— The three jigsaw pieces you need to solve the “successful business” puzzle— How to isolate Read More

$1013.32 Canadian loonies gold coins…^ ^ ^ That is the amount I invested into building and growing The Sorcerers Guild this week. And I did so in a different way than you might expect. I didn’t dump a grand into Facebook ads. I didn’t pay Ryan Holiday for an hour of his time to hone Read More

Swiffering the floor of my castle the other day, I got to thinking about risk. My attitude towards risk is unique (I think) in that every risk I take is carefully calculated, and I have a fallback plan so undesirable I’d rather suffer the consequences of failure than use it. Because everyone loves examples, three Read More