In late December, I saved an article to read, and I keep “snoozing” it every so often. (A relatively new feature in Gmail which I welcomed at first, but now I feel that I’m using it with wild abandon.) I’m halfway through the first month of 2021, so I figured it was time to stopContinue reading ““Cafeteria” Organizer: How I Approach Planning”
It’s been trendy for a number of years to set an intention for the upcoming year with a single word as the guiding principle. It’s not nearly as specific as “I’m going to lose 15 pounds,” or “I’m going to stop drinking.” That’s probably the appeal. you can define it however you want. Ideally, that word can encompass specific goals, but it doesn’t really have to if you don’t want it to.
I want it to.
I follow marketing guru Seth Godin, whose daily blogs go beyond how to sell something and into the practical and functional elements of: What do people need? What do you have to offer? Does their need and what you have to offer coalesce to benefit both of you? Thursday’s blog was about skill vs. talent.Continue reading “Developing a plan: when talent isn’t enough”