Opportunities are not created equal. Before you accept requests for your time, you must consider all the costs associated with that commitment. Here are 5 things I consider.
Just because you can do something once in a while doesn’t mean you can, or should, expect to do it all the time. Productivity is personal, and you must understand your rhythms and what is sustainable for you.
Understanding the distinction between your skills and the application of those skills can help you see your through-line as you embark on career changes.
Ending a creative project is often harder than starring one. How do you know when to quit a project?
As we shift into the fall, we turn to the harvest season. Are you harvesting the fruits that will sustain you through the toughest times?
Contrary to common myth, practice alone does not lead to skill mastery. Without effective feedback, practice only reinforces what you’re already doing. Here are 5 elements for effective feedback.