If you’re in business for yourself, or otherwise have a high degree of autonomy in your work–then in theory you’re free to work how you want, when you want, and… Read more Make yourself at home →
In order to stay focused and get more stuff done, I’m staying off Twitter for the rest of the year. But I can’t resist joining the weekly #CodeNewbie chats! So… Read more July 5 #CodeNewbie Chat →
Some folks have suggested that it’d be nice for me to tell more of my personal story. There’s only one problem: I absolutely hate talking about my own life experiences. I… Read more Where I come from →
The last few weeks have taught me that if you create a long term plan that assumes you’ll be on mostly even terrain, a single mountain on your path can invalidate everything.
We live in a world of embarrassing overconsumption and waste. In such a world, if you can master the art of frugality, you will have a tremendous advantage.
This winter, I want to spend a bit more time on dedicated learning and practice, so I’m making it my goal to work through these three books: “Domain Driven Design”, “The Personal MBA”, and “Made to Stick”.
One continuous source of conflict for me is the tension between seeing myself as “a whole person” while also balancing my many different goals, roles, and responsibilities. I’ve started to… Read more Buckets →
We often talk about the importance of focused work. We rarely talk about the relationship between focus and blur. That makes me feel uneasy, so let’s discuss it. In order… Read more Blur →