My 3-year-old is chatty. It’s just that his go-to subjects are these beautiful, nonsensical ramblings about firetrucks, train whistle noises, Paw Patrol, and our pets. I was shocked the other day when he spotted one of his personal heroes, our 7-year-old neighbor, across the yard and yelled with perfect diction, “Hello Max! It’s good to […]
Instead of blocking time, try creating space for what you want. I learned to do this using The Chalkboard Method from Braid Creative.
Now is the time to let small bad things happen. It’s the only way to get the big important things done.
“I can’t do that. I’m not a [fill in the blank]. Have you ever used this excuse? Look to Aesop’s bat when it’s time to grow your skills.
The “you-statement” is one of the odder psychological tactics I use to get ahead at work. Find out why.
Do you ever sit at work and think about how you’re two people? Day Job You, slogging away, processing invoices. And Secret Superhero You, who is perhaps, a world-class novelist, cello player, and whiskey aficionado, when not rescuing puppies. I used to think this. I’d imagine how amazing I COULD be if only I had more time to spend as Secret Superhero Me.