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To wrap up, I thought I’d share some things I learnt from the experience.
Take a few moments to stop and think how you’re feeling right now. Are you stressed, anxious, depressed? Maybe you’re envious, angry or just ambivalent? I’m willing to bet that the one emotion you’re not feeling is happy. Why is that?
What happens when you mix 2000-year-old philosophy, the internet, and serendipity?
You only need an audience of one to make an impact.
Some work related words today
As a freelance web developer and business owner, I occasionally think about what the future holds.
Embracing positive comparisons to others.
What do you listen to when working?
I recently picked up a copy of Gary Vaynerchuk’s latest book, #AskGaryVee.
Thoughts on a book I intend to write
I'm exploring the idea of picking monthly themes as a way of focusing my energy and attention on a particular area of interest.
Sometimes you just need to put the hours in
A super-specific little technical post on how to get WOFF2 working on IIS. More of a note-to-self than anything.
Guilt – anxiety and regret, too – will drain your energy and are enemies of productivity.
Wherein I describe my morning routines for a productive day
Exploring my mixed feelings on the eve of my first Marathon
A tactical guide to smart caffeine intake.
Disclaimers, wordy intros, apologies: they’re all unnecessary.
Glass half empty a little too much? It's that chimp again!
When the excitement fades and it's no longer fun, what do you do? Most people quit. I almost did. Then I read The Dip, by Seth Godin, which helped me arrive at an important life decision.
The better your input sources are, the better your output will be.