When I ask creative teams to tell me about how they push ideas to fruition, one of the things they swear by is to fight. www.fastcompany.com
They key to optimization is making incremental tweaks in a controlled and measurable way that allows you to revert if needed. I explain how in this week’s episode.
The greatest achievements happen in the overlap of three things: Your genuine interests, skills, and opportunities. To find success, work within your overlap.
There is no set rule to finding a working process for managing projects. That’s because the best ones are DIY. However, finding a theme is a good place to start. Scott Belsky, CEO of Behance, explains how to work with [Read more...]
There’s a difference between simply working and pushing forward the bold ideas and large projects that you want to execute. No matter how great the idea is, there are obstacles you’ll have to overcome in order to make the vision [Read more...]
How do you choose which ideas are worth sinking time and money into? I offer a way to reframe the question and weigh your options, and “Do More Great Work” author Michael Bungay Stanier weighs in with a great tip. [Read more...]
Ed Imbier asks how he can organize his digital archive. I share my favorite tools for capturing, organizing, and finding documents on your computer, and Lifehacker editor Adam Pash gives his advice. www.fastcompany.com
Sole proprietor Roland Young asks if Google Apps for Business is right for his business. I share the advantages of using Google Apps over an individual Google account, and Michael Milton chimes in his advice for Roland. www.fastcompany.com
What are the early signs it’s time to end a project? “Do More Great Work” author Michael Bungay Stanier weighs in with his advice for diversifying your portfolio of projects. www.fastcompany.com
John Ferber of Microgiving.com describes the important differences between loansharking and micro-giving and the lending that’s estimated to have helped a billion people in need. www.fastcompany.com