How you choose to spend your time and the activities you choose to participate in outside of your work directly impact how you show up to do your work
Instead of looking for work that is fun, you can choose to bring fun to your work.
Taking a cue from improv offers clues to how to reframe success and bring more playfulness to work.
The temptation to “fix the problem” can be strong, but what if there’s no “problem” to fix?
Grace fills empty spaces, but it can only enter where there is a void to receive it.
The case for why you should share your shitty work.
The corollary to “start before you’re ready” is to “stop before you’re ready.” It’s equally as important for our productivity.