Sometime in 2016, I decided to go to work for Mel Gibson.
Mel didn’t know I had decided to work for him. But that didn’t stop me.
Here’s the story of what happened…
Think of it as the difference between abstinence-only programs and actual sex education. The former buys into a false belief that you can prevent people from doing it. The latter addresses reality.
When it comes to our phones, why not accept the fact that we’re mentally weak, embrace reality, and figure out a better way?
There are lots of reasons why we’re inconsistent in our lives. Typically, we chalk it up to being a human, but that’s the lamest excuse of all. Sure, we’re all inconsistent, but should we really just accept that? Isn’t there a better way?
What if the problem isn’t the consistency itself, but in lacking a good strategy (or having no strategy at all)? In this case, inconsistency is just a symptom of a deeper problem...
When I left the classroom to work on my own, I thought I was going to love the solitude of working from home. I quickly realized that it’s really hard to do creative work when you’re the only one around.
I recently began working from a co-working space called Converge here in Denver and it’s changed everything.