Four practices you never thought could make you more productive

Posted by on Sep 12, 2012 in Articles, Word Flow, Work, Writings | No Comments
Four practices you never thought could make you more productive

If asked if they wanted to be more productive during their day, most people would respond with an emphatic “yes!”. But what we usually do to create and produce more is to “push through it”, “suck it up”, and have a “no pain, no gain” type of attitude. What if some of the answers to […]

“Your Brain on Creativity” submitted for SXSWi 2013: Please vote for it!

Posted by on Aug 29, 2012 in Conferences, Speaking, Word Flow | 6 Comments

In 2010, right after finishing my book The CSS Detective Guide, I had an epiphany. And not just any old garden-variety epiphany, but a earth-shattering, soul-illuminating one. At that moment, I realized that something I had aspired to and a quality that I have long sought after and longed for I finally had. Not only […]

On passion, achieving goals, vision for the future (and CSS3): Interview at ConvergeSE

On passion, achieving goals, vision for the future (and CSS3): Interview at ConvergeSE

I’ve written recently on how much I loved attending and presenting at ConvergeSE a few month back in June of this year. But what I didn’t write about is that I had the pleasure of being interviewed (yet again!), but the very wonderful and extremely talented Giovanni Difeterici of UnMatchedStyle.com on CSS, the extremely awesome […]

On Banishing Your Inner Critic

Posted by on Sep 20, 2011 in Articles, Inspiration, Productivity, Writings | 9 Comments
On Banishing Your Inner Critic

I don’t know about you, but I have a very loud, insistent, and mean roommate. Sometimes he’s quiet and well-behaved, and we maintain an amicable truce. Other times – most often when I am trying to produce something brilliant – he’s raucous and destructive, yelling demoralizing epithets at me and keeping me from doing the […]