Repeat after me. It’s OK to say no.
I’ve always considered myself a generalist, but things never really clicked until I embraced being a specialist at the same time. In my new post today over at The Sparkline, I explain why.
Runners run.Painters paint. Surfers surf.
When you’re just starting to create something new, it’s easy to get stuck trying to figure out who your audience is. There are so many questions: Who are these people?
A package went missing around Christmas this year, so I bought a Dropcam Pro to keep an eye on our front entryway. Last night I got a notification of activity, around 9:45pm, while we were out with friends.
Goals are easy to set, and even easier to break. Doing anything extraordinary is going to require pushing on, even when you don’t feel like it.
I finally finished setting some personal goals for 2015. Between the holidays and moving to Portland, I wasn’t sure when I’d find the time, but there was no chance I wanted to start the year without thinking about what I want to accomplish.