Maybe you can’t escape your daily grind, but you can use one simple phrase to help keep your focus: “I’m on deadline.”
The map tracks major projects that require immediate attention and focus to complete them.
Living in the ignorosphere can cause more emotional turmoil than you need to endure. You’re living in a constant state of stress because your brain knows there’s a whole swath of the universe you’re not addressing.
I get so much more from a book when I discuss it with others. When I read Linchpin, I was eager to hear what others thought. I particularly loved the concepts of emotional labor and our work as a gift we give without expecting a return. I invited Mark McGuinness to join me in […]
Writers and other creative types are often notoriously hard on ourselves. Yes, I got published, but they didn’t pay much, you’ll hear. Or, sure I got a show, but it isn’t a solo show. Dissatisfaction is the bane of the creative’s existence. It could be said that dissatisfaction drives the creative type to keep creating. […]