#ProductivityProject2019 – Week Two

And here’s where I admit to falling off the journaling wagon two days in. I lost a loved on this week, so I’m not feeling particularly myself. Additionally, work, home, friends, starting a new accountability group, and just keeping going was enough. And that's okay. So, week three, I’m going to start fresh with journaling … Continue reading #ProductivityProject2019 – Week Two

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#ProductivtyProject2019 – week one wrap-up

Here week are, one week into a productivity challenge that should, if all goes according to plan, take me through to the end of the year! The aim is simple: I sometimes struggle with motivation and focus. But there are hundreds of thousands of books, blog posts, experts, articles, etc., etc., etc. that all talk … Continue reading #ProductivtyProject2019 – week one wrap-up

My Rebuttal to the Seven Rules For Managing Creative People

Last week, this article, Seven Rules for Managing Creative People by Thomas Chamorro-Premuzic from the Harvard Business Review blog caused quite a reaction online. To put it mildly, most commenters found the condescending tone off-putting, and many wondered if it was an April Fool's Day post posted a day too late. Indeed, if any employer … Continue reading My Rebuttal to the Seven Rules For Managing Creative People

Making Time for Fitness – Four Reasons Why It’s Worth It

I went to the gym today for the first time in a week due to a tonne of obligations (I usually aim to do something physical three to five times a week). It felt good to move. It's time that requires me to be 'in the moment' because, during a Kettlebell class, I could get … Continue reading Making Time for Fitness – Four Reasons Why It’s Worth It