Why Obstacle.co?

Everybody has a dream lifestyle they want to live. Sometimes that involves traveling, sometimes that means spending more time with family, and sometimes it means flying to Mars. Either way, we each have a lifestyle that we want and therefore we are searching for ways to attain it.

Obstacle.co was created to show you how you can achieve that lifestyle through blogs and online sites that amplify your passions.

Erm, Blogs?


Yes, blogs. Obstacle.co chronicles my journey of using blogs as a way to get towards my dream lifestyle.

Why blogs? Well, you’re probably thinking of blogs with pictures of cats or gossip celebrity and while those are blogs, I’m talking about the type that offer value to people. Blogs allow your voice to get out there and are an easy way to provide awesome value to your tribe.

A Different Approach to Teaching

Obstacle.co is different from the other sites that teach you how to make money online. Most sites use only one site as an example of how to succeed and it’s always the site you are reading. That works well because then the site just continues to grow, but it always seems to be a site about how to make money.

So is the only way you can make money online by creating a how to make money online site? Of course not, and that is what separates Obstacle.co.

I’ll talk about the principles that I use on this site and the other blogs that I will be creating. Some of these blogs will be worked on solely by me, while others will be collaborations.

If you check out my Free 12-Day Blogging Bootcamp you’ll get a feel for my style.

The Sites

I currently run 13 blogs. That’s a stupid number of blogs to run and I don’t advise anybody to do it. I have the help of family on some of them.

In fact, my wife, mom, and brother all get to work on blogs due to the success we’ve had which is pretty awesome.

These are the blogs that are currently doing over 20,000 pageviews a month:

The other blogs? Well, since I can’t work on all of them all at once they are in different stages of growth. Once they reach the magical 10,000 pageview a month mark, I’ll be sure to add them to the list.