I sat staring out at the waves crashing against the shore for many days waiting for the right words to come to me to accurately describe what it means to turn 40. You would think this comes easily to me; I write and speak for a living. I am rarely at a loss for words.
Another week begins and finds you staring at “it” again. What’s IT? Your desk. And it’s a mess…again. I see your desk over there, and you should have seen mine just a few weeks ago. The summer is starting to move to its last days and shifting from vacation brain to work mode can be
Delegation is NOT for dummies. But you are a dummy if you don’t delegate. I know the word dummy can be quite harsh, but you’re working harder, not smarter when you choose not to delegate. Let’s review…shall we? You get the vision. You brainstorm and strategize. You do the research. You write out the program.
Do you remember your first internship? My first internship was at Simon & Schuster. I was in high school. My internship turned into a part time job. My internship was probably the best thing I could have experienced as a high schooler. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Simon & Schuster, and now I am
The other day I was working on a new project, and I’d gained some serious momentum. I was proud of myself and probably about 70% done. I put it down to work on something else (I don’t even remember what right now) with the intention of coming back to it later. Later that day turned