It’s been an active year of productivity explorations for me. Rather than present conclusions – partially because I haven’t gotten to a point of clear conclusions – I thought I’d share some of what I’ve been experimenting with. This post is part behind the scenes, part meta-productivity, and part assessment of tech options, so, if […]
Do you have one of those ideas that’s clamoring at your soul to work on? Novice creative knowledge-workers and creatives have the curse of too many ideas without enough experience to know what it takes to see an idea through. Every creative project in its infancy seems so easy and bright and fun. Not only […]
One of our Lift Off alums recently asked how to deal with copycats and idea thieves. She’s been rocking it, getting great press, and things are taking off for her – and, as it always happens, copycats and idea thieves have started showing up and taking her work and phrases as their own. One of […]
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Tara Sophia Mohr from Wise Living. Several times in the past few months, I received notes from my customers that said something like this: “I love your course, but any suggestions on how to make time and space for it? I’m super busy and I’m struggling with […]
I’m excited to announce that Living The Good Life is now available. It’s a multimedia compilation of 27 of the best and most influential pieces I’ve written over the past four years. I’ll let the offer page do a lot of the explanation of what it’s about, and I hope you’ll check it out by […]
The journey of relevancy is split between becoming relevant and remaining relevant. What are you going to do to remain relevant?
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Ali Luke from Aliventures. You won’t find a single blogger with twenty years’ experience. You’d struggle to find anyone with ten. The same goes for a huge number of roles: social media whizzes, SEO experts, YouTube stars… The old rules are disappearing. When I was a teenager, […]
Being a peak performer often requires you to design your own learning program. Cath Duncan shows how to put that plan together.
One of the chief competitive advantages of small creative businesses is that we can quickly create new business opportunities and innovations. We can turn on a dime and accelerate to 60 in seconds, as opposed to much larger business that get stuck in managerial bloat, review processes, and shareholder concerns. Small businesses that aren’t leveraging […]
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Tara Sophia Mohr from Wise Living. We””the bloggers, blog readers, twitterers, people who spend a lot of time on social media””are growing up. Our relationship with social media is maturing. In the beginning, we just played around and drank it all up. But more and more of […]