My friend Yvonne Carder shared this with me after we spent some time together at an author event. She gave me permission to share it with you. Enjoy. How do you explain to someone about … Continue reading Sharing a passion by Yvonne Carder.
I constantly find myself pulling Seth Godin’s The Dip off the bookshelf and thumbing through the yellowed, dog-eared pages covered in margin notes and scribbles. When you start a lot of things, you inevitably have … Continue reading Failure is an option.
Exposure. The decent kind, not the indecent kind. That’s what every creative is after these days, whether independent or not. The game we’re all trying to win is discoverability. How do we get noticed among … Continue reading Is the paid ads bubble about to burst?
I’m not normal. I know this on many levels. Other people unwind by having a drink at the bar or buying a new pair of shoes. Not me. My idea of fun is a form … Continue reading I still like books.
It happens to all of us at some point. We get over the initial enthusiasm about learning something new because of our learning plateaus. You make the most amount of progress on a skill when … Continue reading Cresting the learning plateau.
A few years ago, my parents visited Ireland. My dad’s side of the family came from the Emerald Isle, and he was excited to go back and see some of those villages. Unfortunately, they did … Continue reading Spark your imagination with travel.
When I first read Tim Ferriss’s 4-Hour Workweek, like many of us, I was blown away by the simplicity of the concept and the idea that someone was giving me permission to break out of … Continue reading Getting it done. Your way.
It’s been a little over a month since I returned from ThrillerFest and I can honestly say it was one of the most thrilling things I’ve ever done in my life. When I first thought … Continue reading Be like everyone else but different.
It starts with sleep. I wake up feeling tired, my energy low through most of the day, and all I can think about is when I can crawl back into bed again. My thoughts drift … Continue reading Is this anxiety or depression?
He’s headless. I’d seen the bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius in the Cleveland Museum of Art dozens of times over the years. I’m sure I’d even read the placard at the base of the statue. … Continue reading Marcus Aurelieus has lost his head.