I’m nearing the 1-month point of my Keeping on Top of Things habit, and here’s one thing I’ve learned: better planning = increased spontaneity. Far from feeling burdened by my daily schedule, I actually feel more free to divert from it. I’ve read about this but experiencing it daily is
If you want something done . . .
There’s a saying, attributed by Google to Benjamin Franklin and Lucille Ball among others, “If you want something done, give it to a busy person.” Has anyone else noticed this? It’s amazing how on days I’m working I feel like a superhuman who can cram 50 tasks into my schedule…and
Forcing Success by Doing What You Fear
I’m a big fan of implementing constraints and structures around your goals. One way of creating structure that’s becoming very clear to me right now is to get out a minimum viable product as soon as possible. For me, that’s my e-book Music Studio Success, which was sitting on my
What I’m Learning About Making Money on Amazon
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of having a minimum viable product early on, and how all of my successful businesses were ultimately built around specific products. Along those lines, I’ve been working recently on getting my e-book Music Studio Success up and running on Amazon.com, as
What Are The Best Services for Building a Website?
Over the last several years I’ve made quite a number of websites, which means I’ve experienced a number of site-building services and hosting platforms. If you’re making a website for your business, you’ll save a lot of money and energy by doing your homework up front. So here are some