In a time when so much of what we know is subject to revision or obsolescence, the comfortable expert must go back to being a restless learner. I plucked that line from A More Beautiful Question, which was one of the best books I read in 2015. The book was centered around using questions as tools to solve problems, […]
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When I first started freelance writing, I received a lot of rejection emails in my inbox. I mean a lot. I was pitching anyone and everyone that had a submission box on their site. I would estimate that 70% were either rejected or ignored. After a short time, I started to realize the objections started […]
Justin Jackson is quite possibly a mad man. This week, I noticed he made a bold claim – he was going to launch 100 things in 2016. I'm going to try to make 100 things this year. Want to join me? https://t.co/8MroWJtP1E — Justin Jackson (@mijustin) December 14, 2015 Justin is no stranger to launching projects. […]
Tackling audacious goals can be tricky. Here is the exact process I use to breakdown a goal into manageable steps.
I publish a monthly review of habits, work, etc. You’ll be able to find them all here. November was a bit of a rollercoaster. There were days where I felt like I really had everything under control and others where I was scrambling to get things done. I felt like I really nailed down a routine towards […]
I’m going to start publishing a monthly recap at the end of each month detailing my habits, projects, and tinkerings. I’ve done this before, but it’s never really stuck. Inspired by Belle Beth Cooper’s monthly reviews (I’m mimicking her format), I’m hoping this will stick. You’ll be able to find them all here. This month was a […]