I don’t know about you, but I live in a world where people advertise the benefits of “building in public”. At least some of the no coders I follow announce their latest ideas and post their work as they go. KP on Twitter says, “building in public is a double win. ‘Building’ turns you into…… Continue reading To Build in Public or Not To Build in Public?
If you’re anything like me, I love all the little pieces of swag you get at conferences. Pens? Hand them over. Flimsy note pads? Yes please. Crappy back pouch to hold everything that I’ll never use again? I’ll take it. Honestly, where does it all go? I throw the conference swag into my suitcase never…… Continue reading Clean out your swag bag
This week we’re focusing on cleaning out our metaphorical “play place”. The play space is the area in our lives with all the things we want to do. Start a blog, post on LinkedIn, become a solopreneur… at some point we have to admit what we have time for and what we don’t. There are…… Continue reading How to Decide What to Work on Next
Welcome to Week 2 of the 1st Quarter Refresh! This month we’re applying The Home Edit by Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, not to our closets but to our personal lives. Before we can buy all fancy, new clothes or laptops or podcasting equipment, we first need to take everything out of our proverbial careers…… Continue reading Identify what’s missing in your career
In The Home Edit, Clea and Joanna talk about how to get rid of toys their kids no longer play with. The key to getting rid of toys is to not ask your kid if they still like it. They will say yes. You will not be able to get rid of it. This made…… Continue reading Never ask your boss “Do you still like this”
I few years ago I, like many of you, searched my name online. I was mortified to find out that Live Journal from when I was in high school was still activated and public. I had never gone in shut it down. The longer we’re online the more social media debt we have. I’m borrowing…… Continue reading Erase Social Media Debt