1. Not all work is important work, but it’s easy to waste your time on details. Learn about the difference between deep work and shallow work. Focus on the deep work. Limit the shallow work. Say no to wasting time on details.
I have let this habit lapse for the last couple of months. So I’m writing about it to make myself start doing it again.
Producing creative work, freelancing, starting and running your own business is difficult, demanding work. If you don’t know why you’re doing what you’re doing, you’re guaranteed to flounder and get frustrated and have more than your fair share of failures. Continue reading
Get more productive, as productive as those CEOs should be (even if they’re not) by borrowing some of their good habits. Continue reading
1. If you have “guru” anywhere on your profile, Facebook page, website, blog, or email signature, I don’t trust your authority.
2. Valid experience – plainly and clearly stated – is the best way to establish authority.
3. Peer reviews and client recommendations are the second best way to establish authority.
4. Give me those things first, then give me links to your articles and posts and so on… Continue reading
That God is, perhaps, is the only belief I hold with any complete certainty.
And even in that, at least 40% of me knows full well that all this ‘evidence’ could be my own willful misinterpretation.
Perhaps it is.
But whatever it is in me that calls out for Something outside of me is as insistent as the need to eat, the urge to write… Continue reading