Yesterday I turned 30. When you have a significant birthday like this it’s natural to look back on how you’ve grown over the years. Heading into my 30s, I’m pleased with where I’m at in […]
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We all like to improve on what we’re doing and how we do things. Whether that’s improving a process in your business, learning a new skill at work or the way you take notes in […]
I recently came across this Tweet by David Heinemeier Hansson (the founder of Basecamp). In short, David shares a video of Joe Rogan condemning video games for being “fucking fun” and the cause of much […]
Change can be scary. And this isn’t our fault. The thing about change is that it creates mystery around what’s going to happen next and as humans we are biologically programmed to fear what we […]
“Busy” has become the default response whenever someone asks how we’re doing (which is a terrible answer). Right now, a lot of us have more idle time on our hands than we’re used to and […]
I really didn’t want to write about COVID-19 this week. It’s all anyone is talking about and I don’t really want to add to the noise. Then again, it’s hard to write about anything else […]
When you’re met with a big goal, it’s easy to feel intimidated by the gap between where you are now and where you’re trying to get. Whether your goal is to lose weight or grow […]
Slower? You want to go slower, I hear you ask! Why is someone who writes about productivity talking about going slower?
One of the reasons I think I’m able to be productive is because I’ve cultivated a “task-centric mindset”.
Asking yourself thought-provoking questions can be a great way of dealing with internal conflict and finding happiness.