People like to say “there’s nothing more powerful than an idea.” That’s bullshit. Ideas are worthless on their own.
I’m today’s guest on The Gently Mad! This is an interview I had lots of fun with, and I think you’re going to love it.
For the past 8 days or so, I’ve been almost completely unplugged from the web. We’re finally getting settled in to our new place in Portland and I’ve been so busy with the packing-moving-unpacking cycle that I had to take a break from everything online.
It’s official. Jessalyn and I are moving to Portland next week.
Yesterday, the Fizzle guys and I were talking about big picture vision and strategy for our team. We’ve never officially drafted a vision statement.
Negotiations are tough, especially when careers or money are at stake. They’re even tougher when “principles” and emotions get thrown in the mix.
We all lust after those long interrupted stretches of creative time in our day to get into a flow state and really make a dent in a project. But rare long stretches of flow aren’t responsible for our success or failure alone.