3 lessons on writing every day for 30 days
Today marks my 30th-day of writing and publishing an atomic essay every day.
It feels long and short all at
Why quitting is hard and the 1 thing you need to know to make it easier
Nobody likes to be a quitter.
I used to be like that too.
Now, however, I am a big proponent
Why you should never pick Monday to start a new habit
If there is one thing I am good at, it's picking up new habits like writing 750 words consecutively for
Why read a book more than once
There are 700,000 to 1,000,000 new books published every year.
Even if I read one book a
The best lesson I learned about how to delegate well
After 14 years in the workforce, I still remember my journey from individual contributor to manager.
The most significant growth
3 early-stage growth lessons I learned after a year in healthcare
A year ago, I joined as the Head of Growth at NOVI Health, a startup on a mission to prevent
How to quit fast and quit often—for people who don't like quitting but know they should
Quitting is not the same as giving up.
The dictionary defines quitting to also mean "to set free".
Why I wrote 750 words for 500+ consecutive days
That's 416,250 words written during that period.
Before that? Zero.
Getting into the act of writing
I didn't have
The best way to protect yourself is surprisingly also the easier way
How many online accounts do you think you have? 10? 50?
I found out today that I have over 1,
How to read books for those who don't want to read books
You don't have to read books.
This is your permission not to read them.
Perhaps you feel guilty about your