Success leaves clues, but not all clues are relevant. You need to know what you’re looking for so you can find the parts that matter.
What we can learn from moon cycles, planting seeds, and the new year for trees.
Outcomes and process the cornerstones of productivity: what you produce (or deliver) and how you produce (or deliver) it. Most of us get stuck in one or the other; sometimes in both. Yesterday I shared several ways we get stuck with process. Today I’m addressing outcomes.
What’s something that feels both entirely possible and yet beyond your reach? Here’s a 3-step process to get unstuck, plus 2 bonus steps to lock it in.
I put aside self-doubt to publish a 4,000-word article, continuing my daily publishing streak. And then this happened. Not exactly what I was expecting.
Learning the stages of mastery from the Four Sons and their questions.
The most important things we want to know cannot be found in a Google search. In this era, cookbooks seem hopelessly outdated and inefficient. You can’t search for recipes with the same ease that you can search the web. You can’t link to your shopping list. Even Amazon’s Alexa can’t tell you where the recipe […]