What to Feed a Hungry Viking

We visited Solvang for a few hours last Sunday.

Solvang’s a little Danish “tourist town” just 45 minutes south of here. The place is dotted with dozens of bakeries and restaurants, which offer me plenty of chances to pig out on aebleskivers.

Just in case you don’t already know, aebleskivers are Danish “pancake balls” (slightly smaller than tennis balls). They’re kinda fluffy like popovers, sprinkled with powdered sugar and topped with raspberry jam.

I like ’em at breakfast, lunch, or dinner.


But here’s the deal…

I don’t share my aebleskivers.

My thinking is, if you wanna taste some aebleskivers, get your own damn plate and leave mine alone.

You don’t want me to go Viking on your ass.

The good news, though, is that I share plenty of other things.

Like, didja know there’s almost FOUR HOURS of free downloadable audio business instruction available right here on my website?


For example, there’s an hour with entrepreneur Ed Ritchie, where we talk about how he and I have generated cash from multiple income streams, all operated simultaneously.

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There’s an interview with Warren Bluhm, author of Refuse to be Afraid, about how to squash your fears and move on with launching your own business.

You’ll also find my romp with the radical libertarians at the Thinking Liberty Podcast, where I expound on how to promote freedom by hightailin’ it out of the job culture.

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Me, I’m just thinking about my next trip to Solvang.

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