The power (and the myth) of getting picked
These are obvious. They are generous. They’re effective. And almost no one puts in the effort to consistently deliver on them. It’s worth it.
No one can sprint all the time. By its nature, that’s not sprinting. But sprinting now and then is a useful way to learn that we can make an even bigger difference
The first challenge of real life is: find some goals. And the second: figure out some boundaries.
Productivity is the amount of useful output created for every hour of work we do.
If you want to understand where mastery and success come from, take a look at the inputs and the journey, not simply the outputs.
- Get a better boss
Entrepreneur ≠ Freelancer
Improve your tools and your skills
Find an industry that wants you
Becoming a category of one
Focus on the smallest viable audience
The confidence to say ‘yes’ and the strength to say ‘no’
The challenge of free
The discipline of prospecting
Get better clients
This is a thought-provoking episode, which raises many questions.
What it means to be a genius is to be generously persistent.