Just one of many examples that I’ve encountered over the years where side projects not only fill the creative gaps that many professionals need but also can have a direct impact on the very work that they are doing full-time.
Side projects: So many useful things about them.
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It’s at the moment when you’re most vulnerable that all your doubts come crashing in around you. When I first heard that voice in my own head, I didn’t know what to make of it. The fear was paralyzing.
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Jeremey Duvall shares a few thoughts on side projects and how to continue to build momentum on them (and references me a few times). This couldn’t be more true:
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USAF Colonel John Boyd, a military strategist, created OODA system (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) to help make decisions when in combat.
When one thinks about the Air Force (and sweet fighter jets!) this makes a ton of sense as a pilot – you observe enemy behavior around your own aircraft, you begin to orient your thoughts and your actions (and the actual craft), you decide to do whatever jet pilots decide to do, and then pull the trigger.
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Yeah, I love this regarding Radical Candor and giving feedback or “guidance” to your staff and employees:
Continue reading “The “Give a Damn” Axis”
Have you ever taken a look at the “Wake and Sleep” settings under “Schedule” in the Energy Saver area of your preferences?
I just encountered it and I’ve seriously contemplated using it to normalize my engagement with my notebook computer…
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