How I’m Learning to Put Process Before Results Thanks to Dickie Bush

One of the main reasons I started writing online was because I started following Dickie Bush on Twitter around the holidays last year. He wrote a thread about things that compound quickly. Those things are: 1. Process 2. Reputation 3. Experience 4. Relationships I’ve had it taped to my wall in my office ever since.… Continue reading How I’m Learning to Put Process Before Results Thanks to Dickie Bush

How An Online Cohort-Based Writing Program Killed My Epic Procrastination Tendency

Two months ago, I started writing on the interwebs. I’m not sure where the whole writing thing is going, but it’s been fun. It’s been fun getting to know a bunch of awesome people I would have otherwise likely never known. It’s been fun developing a habit that produces such a good return on the… Continue reading How An Online Cohort-Based Writing Program Killed My Epic Procrastination Tendency

Waterslide to Freedom

Today was weird. In that it was normal. Or wait. It was normal, which was weird. Yeah, that’s it. It was normal, but that was weird. My wife and I took our kids to a waterpark today. It was glorious. My oldest, who turns four in the fall, was tentative at first. The water shooting… Continue reading Waterslide to Freedom

Turning Our Lives Into Art Museums

Yesterday I put a statement out on the internet that I wasn’t quite sure how I was going to back up. The task? Find non-negotiable metrics for qualifying each individual day as a “masterpiece” for the next 30 days. Simple. Or is it? Shit. Okay, maybe first consider the highest ROI activities available today that… Continue reading Turning Our Lives Into Art Museums