Helping Creative People Create

From the monthly archives:

July 2010

We all only live once. So we are obligated to make good use of the time that we have, and to do something that is meaningful and satisfying. This is something that I find meaningful and satisfying. That is my temperament. I enjoy creating systems on a grand scale, and I enjoy helping people who ...

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Cooking Around the Campfire: 9 Easy and Delicious Foil Packet Recipes | The Art of Manliness. I love camping, and you’ll never go wrong with a foil dinner. Mmm… Lots of memories.

You don’t necessarily need to drop your current obligations, but as they end, don’t add more. Drop things (and let things end) until you are easily able to fit the Big Rocks into your schedule. Once you’re sure that everything fits, and that you have enough time for yourself, it’s okay to add something else ...

That Jung guy was pretty interesting. Sometimes I think I have like 5 personalities. The Happiness Project: Do You Ever Feel That You Have Two Personalities, Existing Side by Side?.

Change your mindset. Often times, just deciding to feel differently about an obligation can improve the situation. Instead of believing you have to do something, you change your thoughts to acknowledging you get to do it and the stress goes away. via Tips for reducing your commitment to unwanted obligations | Unclutterer.

This got me thinking about my career, because even though I am a copywriter, author and journalist, I rarely seem to make time to work on the types of projects that bring me the most happiness. I then thought about all of the creative people out there who have established their businesses—but still seem to ...

The sad truth is most of the content on the Web doesn’t deserve to be linked to. And that’s not Twitter’s fault. It’s funny to me that we can have simultaneous conversations about the death of links and the mass farming out of content and no one draws the line between them. If you want ...

What happened was that when I had brainstormed this huge list of activities and actually figured out what they cost per hour, I began to spend more of my time on the lower cost activities (like taking a walk or yard work or reading a book or playing games) and less of my time on ...

Way to go, Trent! I’m sure this book is going to be fantastic. Can’t wait to tie into it. The Simple Dollar » The Simple Dollar Is in Bookstores Today… And Here’s Some Free Bonuses for Buyers!.

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