5 minute read
Why you should keep a journal and how to get started.
9 minute read
Three ways to create meaningful units of words that compel audiences to savor your content.
Each of has a voice waiting to be discovered if we can overcome the nefarious behaviors of Resistance.
3 minute read
How do you measure success: volume or Quality?
Breaking content down into its atomic parts and examining how they work together to create an experience.
11 Principles for Crafting your Life as a Work of Art
7 minute read
A primer on how to weave data and narrative into a compelling argument that connects real humans to ideas.
2 minute read
Like most writing, the real work comes in revision. Use these 5 ways to rapidly improve any writing project.
10 minute read
While all the collected events of this life and others coalesce to make the unique you, you don’t have to be a victim of other people’s choices. Shedding the residue of the past is much easier than you think.
6 minute read
Four simple techniques to develop a level of intimacy with the things that make you scream.
Four simple rules to guide your creative endeavors as drawn from the career of Bill Watterson, the creator of Calvin and Hobbes.
Instead, use these three questions to create sustainable learning systems.
4 minute read
Just get going with what you have right now.
Reconnect your inner essence with your outer actions to reveal your authentic self.
13 minute read
Sometimes to go fast, you’ve got to go slow. Four approaches for restoring life’s natural pace.
How David Sedaris approaches to writing to get a little bit better every day
12 minute read
“The universe is made of stories, not atoms.” ~Muriel Rukeyser
17 minute read
Aligning your outer actions with your inner essence.
Continuous learning is a prerequisite for growth.
8 minute read
Five actions you can take to get closer to mastery of your art
How systems create structure, which produces habits, so you can be your most creative self.
Beating fear as the first step toward building a creative practice.
Stop objectifying art and focus on the work instead.