Is Writer’s Block Real?

Is Writer’s Block Real?

Back when I was in college, my professor told me writer’s block is not real. Since then I’ve grappled with that statement — how is writer’s block NOT FREAKIN’ REAL when on numerous (read: approximately one million) occasions I’ve been stuck at my computer or...
Bullet Journaling

Bullet Journaling

As I am always on a never-ending hunt for optimizing productivity, I’ve been a big fan of the bullet journaling craze that has taken the interwebs by storm. (See Bullet Journaling: The Analog System for the Digital Age) and approximately one million other articles for...
How To Get Unstuck

How To Get Unstuck

Getting stuck, whether it be in my writing or my work, is an area I’d like to explore a bit more. Meaning, what are the ways that I get unstuck. It’s easy to get paralyzed — but here’s a thought: Stressing out about being stuck does not get you any closer to...
Embracing Silence

Embracing Silence

There’s something important I’ve been working on lately, and it’s not reading more or working more or getting more INPUT in this one life I live. It’s granting myself space and time to be alone. I don’t mean becoming reclusive, necessarily. I mean alone with myself...
Why You Should Make Lists

Why You Should Make Lists

Amidst a turbulent year, one of the actionable steps I took to keep my feet planted was making lots and lots of lists. Although it may seem trivial, there is something to be said for staying organized by way of achieving small, even minute tasks, taking pressure off...
The Way I Am

The Way I Am

I was off on a fabulous trip this week which led to fun and learning and fatigue all at once — par for the traveling course. I was with my Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches Group out in Phoenix, learning from the likes of former Ford CEO Alan Mulally, who was born...
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