Procrastination’s Sneakiest Ploy and How to Get Past It

Sometimes editing is a procrastination wolf in sheep’s clothing. It feels like you’re doing something useful when you’re actually avoiding the production of new content.

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5 Great Take-A-Ways from Seth Godin Interview

I just watched Michael Sliwinski’s 10-minute chat with Seth Godin. The discussion circled around Seth’s prolific content development schedule. I’d encourage…

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How to Blog Successfully with “Good Enough” as Your Guide

As a writer I’ve embraced “good enough.” I strive to be fabulous but I’ve learned otherwise.

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Guy Kawasaki & Me: Taking Chances and Scoring Points

Guy Kawasaki likes me. He emailed me directly. Personally. Here’s how it happened…

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I Thought I was Active Until I Read This…

I’d been thinking about dragging the treadmill from the garage into the family room and then mounting my computer on the handlebars. Here’s how I got busy and did it. Whoa… the results? Amazing.

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Peter Bregman is a Do-Nothing Guy

The radical act of doing nothing reveals unforeseen options. Just ask Peter Bregman.

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Keep Track, Expand Klout with Content Curation

Organize your content into easily updated, topic-centered portals. Using Scoop.It, I curate two topics: Productivity Tips & Tricks , and Productivity Backwash (where productive people go to waste time). Easy, fun, and accessible.

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Writing Is Hard: I Can Do Hard

So I contacted my buddy, Lorna, and we’ve resumed our Gmail chat meetings. We connect by chat, then write for…

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