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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Here’s why you’re having a hard time creating stuff right now: Lack of white space. You take on project after project, commitment after commitment, and you’re literally suffocating your creativity. We have to leave space for creativity to be allowed to happen. Yes it’s true that sometimes pressure from deadlines can cue a burst of […]

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Nothing is new. It’s all been done. Let me say real quick tho… just because one or two people in your Facebook feed are doing it, doesn’t make it an over-saturated market. We tend to gravitate towards people who think like us. People who do some of the same types of things and have similar […]

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I’m walking around my house today looking for things I don’t want to do. Like, say, write this blog post. I just haven’t “Felt Like” writing this week and if I’m honest, I don’t feel like it right now. What I can deduce from this sudden fallout is that I’ve finally lied enough times to […]

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Things that motivate us matter. There are things that motivate us that are external. And things that are internal. Both have value. Both should be defined. For example: I’m motivated to make stuff because it’s how I make money (External). And because when I don’t, I’m not fulfilled (Internal). External motivation is important because it […]

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What do you think it takes to live a big life? Is it made in big grandiose experiences? Or smaller seemingly insignificant ones? If you want to life a big life, if you wan to change the world, it happens in small displays of kindness, generosity, intentionality, and appreciation. That might sound hippy-dippy to you, […]

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