A four-time paper-cut survivor and the Creative Director at Simpleplan Media. I write about all the things I see.
“Mistakes should be examined, learned from, and discarded; not dwelled upon and stored.”
– Tim Fargo
Feedback is a journey into the future, not the past
“Emails get reaction. Phone calls start conversations.” — Simon Sinek
“Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.” — Warren Buffett
“Just remember; someone loves everything you hate about yourself” — Frank Ocean
Perfectionism at its core is less a drive to be supreme, and more a defensive approach to avoiding failure.
Perfectionists are masterful procrastinators because postponing projects means there’s a 100 percent chance of not failing.
Successful people know that life is a trade-off, and they don’t try to save money by wasting time, they use that time to make more money.
You can make your money back, you can find new friends, you can start a new company, you can find a new job, but you cannot make today’s hours back.
Successful people know that time is the only limited resource.