I’ve found a metric that tells me I’ve had a good, full day: a dirty bathtub.
It’s not in my nature to stick to a habit. Here’s how I did.
What Jonathan Fields taught me about uncertainty, and how it was killing my biggest project yet.
It’s easy to romanticize the end product, but often we overlook the 90% of prep work that goes into actually creating something.
As LifeDev turns 5, I explain why I constantly contradict myself.
It took seven years and multiple failures before I learned how to mitigate disaster.
I’ve noticed that I’m constantly looking for ways to create different places. Here’s a strategy I use to focus and work on what matters.
Why I don’t serve ads on LifeDev any more.
The “remake” method is a fantastic way to take over a tired industry.