Truth is, life is full of ups and downs. It is just not possible to be always happy.
Will you be ready when the door of opportunity swings open?
Had a great experience? Chances are, you are going to tell your friends. Just like if the experience was anything but great.
This is the reality.
Every time I make a commitment to myself, I’d almost always regret it immediately.
I just made a commitment to showcasing my craft every day for the next 365 days. The rationale behind it is simply this: I want to get good at my craft.
I used to find it hard to resist wanting to get the newest shiniest objects. But these days I’ve gotten better.
If you are not happy where you are currently, change it.
It’s really that simple.
Many productivity experts say you should manage your time. I am not an expert. And no, I don’t manage my time. Instead, I manage my priorities.
In 2016, I pushed myself to do a few things that scare me. One of them was to launch an online course. It was a total failure but luckily it didn’t cost much.
Here’s what happened.
I thought I was an entrepreneur. But I am actually self-employed.
There is a difference between those two. And knowing the difference is just a start.
What do you do when you’re asked to solve a problem? Do you jump right into brainstorming mode? Or would you do what a “designer” would?
As it turns out, a designer knows a thing or two about solving problems.