We each have danger zones we have to watch out for in the course of our work. They can be particular habits or patterns we fall into when we go into “coast mode” or areas or situations where we are likely to get irritated and short-circuit collaborative relationships.
Ever get inspired in the shower? Have a good idea while driving in the car? Of course you have. We all have. But why do our moments of greatest epiphany happen at the least opportune times?
Still using lists, facts, and to-do’s for your notes? Try sketch notes as a way to open your mind and generate new ideas. In this interview, author and illustrator Mike Rohde shows us how.
The lag is the gap between cause and effect. It’s the season between planting a seed, and reaping a harvest.
Uncertainty is an uncooperative dance partner. You have to move in concert with it to do your best work.
Unnecessary creating redeems useless time into time spent doing genuinely meaningful things for yourself and others.