Helping Creative People Create

This article is part of a four-article cross-blog series, all published today on different blogs. If you find this article useful, check out the other parts: – Mastering Productivity – a cross-blog series at How to be an Original – Mastering Productivity – Money at Dumb Little Man – Mastering Productivity – How to be […]

This is the fourth article in the series Ideas From Start to Finish. Ahh change.  Some love it, others fear it. Regardless of your preference, it’s still an extremely vital part of the development process of any idea. Unfortunately, it can be hard to be open to change when it comes to our ideas. However, […]

This is the second post in the series Ideas From Start to Finish. If there’s one thing I’ve learned developing web applications is that you have to start working on the idea right away. Channeling that enthusiasm and adrenaline is a great way to kick-start the project. However, while adrenaline is great for short-term results, […]

This is the second post in the series Ideas From Start to Finish. When a new idea strikes me for a website, I typically try to run it by a close friend. And usually, I get a really blank look. It’s not that the ideas are bad, it’s that the person I’m explaining it to […]

I love dreaming. I’m a serial dreamer. I love the novelty of new ideas. I love coming up with them, implementing them, and sharing them. Ideas are like fresh air to me, and everything in my professional life revolves around them. Unfortunately, the hardest thing for a dreamer to do is to see his/her idea […]

DavidCo blogger Kelly Forrester has some great tips on how to create personal time in a work environment. If you feel like you don’t have any time to process meeting notes or your own personal inbox, try blocking out times on the shared calendar for meetings with yourself. Literally. Consider blocking your own calendar for […]

Ahh… the glory days of Nintendo and Bo Jackson. This video brought back some serious nostalgia.

Good buddy Leo Babauta of ZenHabits has a great post fusing GTD and blogging, specifically for us bloggers who suffer from not using our time productively. Between reading, writing, commenting, responding to emails, advertising, and many other tasks, it can get a little hairy for someone without a trusty system. Fortunately GTD plays perfectly into […]

I’ve just published an article over at LifeRemix with 24 Tips to Becoming An Early Riser.

While isolation does have it’s perks, it has a huge downside: You lose contact with real people. There’s only so much interaction you can have over skype, IM, email, and other forms of internet communication. Without this crucial human interaction, we start to do interesting things… like inventing and talking to imaginary friends. How can […]

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