Lessons Learned While Writing Banish Your Inner Critic

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Writing | No Comments
Lessons Learned While Writing Banish Your Inner Critic

I learned that I shouldn’t try to force the book’s content, my ideas, or my writing into a mold – that I should only do that which is authentic to myself. So much has changed in the last 8 years since I wrote my first book The CSS Detective Guide, but some things haven’t. As to […]

Banish Your Inner Critic Book Excerpt: “Readjust to Trust”

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Banish Your Inner Critic Book Excerpt: “Readjust to Trust”

“Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?” — Danielle LaPorte, author, speaker, entrepreneur, and blogger Have you encountered a four-year-old lately? At this age, many children are very much themselves. They are clear about their likes, dislikes, and wants. They are wonderfully opinionated and sassy. They are […]

Why I Wrote Banish Your Inner Critic

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in Writing | No Comments
Why I Wrote Banish Your Inner Critic

Back when I was writing my first book The CSS Detective Guide in 2009, I battled self doubt almost every day. But when I was done writing and designing the book’s website, I reached one of the deepest, most blissful states of creative flow that I have ever been in. Afterwards, I understood why. During […]

Critical Tools for Sustained Success: Creativity and Innovation

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Articles, Creativity, Writing | One Comment
Critical Tools for Sustained Success: Creativity and Innovation

The landscape of business has changed dramatically over the past several years. For decades, the focus has been on cost control and technology, whereas the current business climate has prompted a paradigm shift. Success for companies in the 21st century is now dependent upon creativity and innovation, both hailed as the most important contributors to the growth of the economy.

Four practices you never thought could make you more productive

Posted by on Sep 12, 2012 in Articles, Word Flow, Work, Writing | 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 […]