San Francisco, Father’s Day, and slow clapping
SCS, as you may or may not know, stands for “Slow Clap Syndrome”, and it is surprisingly rarely diagnosed in the medical community. SCS is very simple, though. Whenever I get a compliment or encouragement, I automatically imagine a slow clap accompanying it in the background.
One-hundred slides in ten minutes
“Don’t be offended if people get up and walk out early… I mean, I’m sure that many people will stay. It’s just… people are very busy.”
One serene moment of freedom
Confession: I waste a ridiculous amount of time worrying about things I can’t fix and feeling defensive about facts I don’t control.
How to Take Stock
The following is a full account of what I did, as a creative and a leader, to take stock of all of my projects, create of stories, and setup projects for my team. This may not work for everyone. As a framework, though, I think it might be useful to leaders and creatives alike.
How to Write Like an Adult
How do you write? Keep the cursor moving to the right. That’s it. Writing isn’t thinking about writing. Writing isn’t brainstorming or outlining what you could be writing. Writing is simply moving the cursor to right over and over again.