You’re being watched. Can you feel it? As you read this post, little bots behind the scenes track you and your interactions. Creepy, right?
Reflect on three questions to focus your memories, retain details, and take your creative projects from good to extraordinary.
Whether you are the nosy neighbor or not, opportunity abounds for creative people to observe and find inspiration in the world around us.
No matter how big or small, an entrepreneurial bet helps move your business forward with financial gains or educational moments.
Do you know how many of your followers are fake? Chances are, it’s a lot more than you think. As a result, following numbers are useless.
Everything eventually comes back into style. Yes, even butt cuts. Don’t believe me? Look at K-Pop superstars. Guess I trended early.
The only way we grow and learn is by trying. Further, who are we to assume someone won’t like our stories or ideas?
Being busy is tantamount to being successful in our culture. The expectation of 24/7 accessibility is considered normal. News flash: it’s not. Success is defined by so much more than just a full calendar. In fact, many people with jam-packed schedules are often not in control of their own determination of success. I am my…
I asked Pierce Brown at a book signing what it took to complete the fifth book in his Red Rising series, Dark Age. He answered, “cutting it down from about 1,100 pages in editing” At 800 pages published, the book is a massively dark and complex penultimate issue of his six-part series. Recently, Pierce shared…
Procrastination is common among perfectionists, but it doesn’t have to define us. Instead, there’s a simple way to focus on finishing.
I just finished reading The Electric Kingdom by David Arnold. Billed as “Station Eleven meets The 5th Wave,” this brilliant post-apocalyptic book raises the philosophical concept of “eternal return.” Put quite simply, everything has happened before, and everything will happen again. There are a lot of variations on this theme throughout academic and literary work….
Today is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Did you know that was a thing that existed? Neither did I. Yet, here we are! According to National Today, the peanut butter and jelly sandwich was created by Julia Davis Chandler in 1901. Her recipe was printed just 18 years after peanut butter was unveiled to…