20,000 Words: A Story About Writing A Story
The first attempt was an unmitigated disaster.
I wanted to be that guy who woke up in the morning fresh a daisy, with a lovely English Breakfast tea and plenty of time to get stuff done before I had to go to work. 2024 is the year I will become a morning person.
Before we plant the seeds that will eventually grow into an idea or a hybrid of ideas and concepts, we must first lay the soil. Personal Knowledge Management, or PKM, is not just a complex and sprawling collection of notes and ideas. It is where connections are made, ideas are
Whether you like it or not, your mindset will change as soon as you get paid as a writer.
Ahh, the to-do list. The anchor to every productivity enthusiast’s methodology. I think it goes without saying that if you don’t know what you’re doing, you’re doing it wrong - right? Well, no. I understand that a to-do list can be a helpful tool, but I
Ahh, we can breathe a sigh of relief as January is over! In this newsletter I summarise the writing, books, videos and podcasts that I recommend
I am going to write a novel that is at least 100,000 words long and I’m going to do it before my birthday in May.
I’m going to investigate the reasons why people are uncomfortable saying ‘No’, often to their own detriment.
In this blog I’m not going to focus on the technological aspect of productivity, but rather, I’m going to reflect on the past few years of my own personal journey into being more mindful and how this practice has improved my working life.
Background I have written a ton about note-taking applications. I’ve learned how to use Obsidian, Capacities, Tana and Logseq, just to name a few. And readers of this blog will be aware that I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect system for taking notes and, more importantly,
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