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A bit of self-reflection and creative struggle in this episode as I discuss my battle with phone cameras vs. dedicated hardware. No surprise, which I prefer, but it is...
A lesson learned from me in this one with a great example of over-complicating the solution to a simple problem.
It is the holiday season here in the USA and probably in other parts of the World. This is a reminder and some thoughts on remembering to stop and enjoy it.
I think the best creations and content come when we give them a personal voice and feeling.
We owe it to ourselves to evaluate if what we are doing is worth the effort for the chance of the outcome we are hoping for. Some thoughts in this episode.
Trying to deliver on a regular schedule is suitable for content creators. But that is easier said than done, and it's OK to slip a little.
Be honest. There are no wrong answers. Are you making things to be happy or to try and trend?
In this episode, I share some thoughts on why I found subscriptions to be better for learning instead of one time purchases.
Today, we are expected to know many things for our careers or day jobs. Often folks say you should know something and not have to look it up. I disagree with this sham...
Perfection is an impossible target, yet we tell ourselves we cannot ship until we reach the goal. That is wrong, and I'm going to tell you why.
As creators, we are constantly working on some project or idea. It is easy to miss the signs that we need to take a break. My thoughts on why breaks are good.
It is great to have plenty of things to do and keep you occupied. But sometimes you also need space. I've crunched it this week and earned myself a break over the week...
It never fails that at some point, every client will say their needs are urgent. So as we all know, when everything is urgent, nothing is urgent. So how do you deal wi...
Knowing which side project to work on without feeling guilty that I'm ignoring something else is a constant struggle. Some thoughts on this, in this episode.
In the previous episode, I shared some thoughts on the complications of creating YouTube content. In this one I want to explain the differences between YouTube and Liv...
Blog posts take time, but that's what makes them better than 30-second splash and dash social network content. Some thoughts on long form content and why it still matt...
Any time someone comes to you offering to help and asking how they can do that, do not be afraid to ask for something. Here's a great lesson in taking someone up on th...
Personal projects provide me the freedom to do anything I want. Here are some thoughts on why that is important.
This week was nothing but stress for me. So I needed to break my normal patterns and do things to ensure I relaxed and had some fun.
This is not an episode about Twitter changing hands. It is a reminder that having your own home on the Internet is so important.
Just when I need it the most, People reach out to me and say they appreciate what I'm doing.
The way we learn to do things and those approaches we take with us through life, I think, mostly come from our generation.
We all reach a time where we want to make a change, maybe it's a new direction or killing off a project. But please tell your audience.
So two scary stories for you and your hard-worked content.
A catch-up on the things I have been working on along with a reason why taking breaks and downtime are important.
Every day can be a good day when you have the right perspective. For me, a good day is when I make any kind of progress on my projects. It can be a small or big thing,...