If someone can do all their work from a computer, it is criminal to make that person work in an office.
Although I have a robust set of tools for my trade, I find myself constantly coveting new tools. Just today, I’ve been flirting with the following: A new iPad (the iPen note-taking functionality that my old iPad doesn’t have is very seductive) A new email program A new program to collect and collate research materials […]
I am a strong advocate of the value of work. Work is one of the fundamental pillars of our life. When I coach, work is one of the three most important areas to leverage to make the biggest impact on my clients’ personal trajectory. But if work is vital, the way most of us go […]
The modern myth: that more education is the answer to all problems. I’m a fan of education. But I disagree. Action takes precedence over education. Learning is often another excuse to postpone action. If you are going to do something, to start something you have never done before, it is smart and often necessary to […]
Usually, I do the interviews. I’m the one asking people about how things work in their companies, projects, and lives. But this time, it was me standing in the interviewee chair- in the 200th episode of the 21st Century Work-Life podcast – talking about how DistantJob celebrates as a team over the internet. (That’s because […]