I’ve been thinking on the subject of down time and the importance of resetting. This is most likely because I’m so completely horrible at striking that balance between work and real life.
I don’t put much stock in concepts like fate, destiny, and luck. Never have. I do, however, find extreme coincidences super interesting. These random bits of weirdity happen constantly, and at times, can admittedly seem quite uncanny.
It’s almost a right of passage—stepping out on your own and carving your niche as a freelancer. The desire to do things your own way can be completely exhilarating.
Getting to know your partners is important. Long term collaborative or business efforts are, many times, like a marriage.
The widespread acceptance of design has changed the way we work with clients.
It’s late, but I’ve forced myself to get up, write this post, and to take action on my awareness. Thank you Seth Godin.
Time is a construct that constantly screws with me. I have trouble processing it, which means I have to work extra hard to manage it.
You can’t have reward without some measure of risk. As an entrepreneur or small business owner risk has to become a part of the daily trade.
In November of this year, I had the opportunity to interview web design legend, Jeffrey Zeldman for AIGA. Jeffrey is an amazing wealth of information.