Do you have a framework for making decisions in your life and work? A personal (or team) manifesto can guide your work and help you do work that is personally meaningful and uniquely valuable.
Are you doing the work you’re wired to do, or are you just moving through you days? If you want to figure out what you’re wired for, and you want to create impact with your work, you need to cultvate six traits.
The hardest part of any creative project isn’t the beginning or the end, it’s squarely in the middle. This is where you’ll encounter three common roadblocks, or hurdles, that will make it difficult to complete your task. In today’s episode, we deconstruct these three hurdles and discuss how to overcome them.
To “communicate” means to “make common”. What common ground are you trying to build with your intended audience through your work? What impact are you trying to achieve with your intended audience? In today’s episode, I read an excerpt from my new book Louder Than Words and challenge you to consider how you can make your work resonate more deeply.
Having worked with and interviewed hundreds of professionals, I’ve come to believe that each person has a “sweet spot”. It’s comprised of the situations and activities where they are maximally effective, and where they create the most unique value for their effort. It’s not necessarily a specific job or task, but rather a mode they go into that separates them from the pack. It’s a unique kind of value that they become known for, and that others seek out.