The following ideas are things Josh does every week to make the most of his time – hopefully you can try a few that suit your lifestyle and help you make the most of every day.
How long do you think it takes before your side project will become successful? How long are you willing to wait for it? Think about it for a minute. Are your answers aligned? In my case, they aren’t. I bet yours aren’t either. I’m super… Read More »Why You Should Be Patient With Your Side Project
I’ve always wrongly hated being called a curator A creator is noble, adventurous, always exploring new terrains. A curator is just boring in comparison, right? Wrong. Being a curator isn’t that bad at all. It also takes a unique skill set like a critical view, patience… Read More »Is There Much Difference Between Creation And Curation?
We are born curious, but most people aren’t that curious. That’s a problem for writers. Writers need to be curious. Curiosity leads to new ideas. So where did it go wrong? Babies are the most curious creatures in the world. They observe everything. Every sound… Read More »A Case for Curiosity
On Niches and Personal Brands Niches are a blessing and a curse. Finding their niche has been a welcome boost for many creators. But for how many has it been a roadblock? How many gave up before they even got started? Just because they felt… Read More »From Niche to Personal Brand
You’ve probably heard people say you shouldn’t compare yourself to others. You should set your own rules and standards. Only compare yourself to your past self. Yet, there’s one thing they forget. They often do tell you to compare yourself to others without realising it.… Read More »Never Compare Yourself With Others
Streaks are the best habit growing hack they say. Do it one day. Then another. And another. You just keep going. After a while, it’ll come automatically. You’ll have a huge streak. Impossible to break now. The streak holds you accountable. And that’s the problem.… Read More »The Problem With Streaks