Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals [https://amzn.to/3CZ1xxR] by Oliver Burkeman I have to admit, this is the time management book I probably would have written myself. Is there’s anything better for your time and project management than having someone else write your book for you?
When you mention time and attention theft, most creators think of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (which I call Facebook II). They usually don’t think about Youtube or podcasts, which have the same issues: the ad model and all its abuses to the listener, and the lack of quality in
Chris Ducker has spent years studying and implementing time management techniques, and writing about what he's learned. He agrees with a growing number of my peers that schedules beat to do lists. In fact, in a recent episode [http://www.chrisducker.com/podcast/5-simple-steps-to-instantly-become-more-productive/] of his podcast, he broke down
A collection of Seth Godin quotes I put together on why you should blog daily [https://www.cjchilvers.com/seth-godin-explains-why-you-should-blog-daily/] has started making the rounds again on social media. Great! I love the idea of blogging daily, and admire anyone actually attempting it. But, what if you did the same
Tom Kelley and David Kelley in Harvard Business Review [https://hbr.org/2012/12/reclaim-your-creative-confidence]: > “Schedule daily 'white space' in your calendar, where your only task is to think or take a walk and daydream. When you try to generate ideas, shoot for 100 instead of 10. Defer your own