Archive for Procrastination – Page 2

William Shakespeare wrote (and I could be paraphrasing here, it’s been a lonnnnnnng time since college English class) “For want of a horse, a kingdom was lost.”  He was talking about one of the many kings featured in his poetry or plays ~ but that phrase has become a metaphor for how close you can […]

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Are you ready for transformation?  2012 is going to be one of the most transformative years in our lifetime.  Will you be positioned to take advantage of it?  Most people in 2012 WILL feel a change.  A big one.  Will you be riding the wave, like you’ve always wanted to do?  Will you be prepared? […]

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This page is reserved for a forthcoming podcast and notes based on a workshop I gave November 19th, 2011, at the Cat Writers Association Conference on Writers Block and Other Fun Things That Keep You From Actually Getting Stuff Done. The recorded version of that talk will be posted here, including all the notes and […]

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It’s only February but I just found a cool little gadget that fills a need simply and elegantly.  It’s an online organizing and productivity tool to help me quickly and easily get stuff done.  It’s called Fractal Planner (hey they had me with the name alone!)  I got it to try and am totally loving […]

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It was with a startling realization that I noticed an article recently on “How to Submit Your Site” — and remembered that in all the ten years I’ve had web sites (and now I’m heading into more than a dozen of them this year) I have yet to formally submit a single one to any […]

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First Tracks In The Snow

What can you do to overcome your signature avoidance techniques and get going in 2011?

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Tech Stuff Bugs Me

If I am going to procrastinate on anything, it’s probably going to be over some dumb tech thing.  I hate complicated.  Simple gets it for me.  That would — in most cases — NOT be anything technical.  As in software or hardware. I suppose I can reasonably say I’m a certified Technophobe. So as of […]

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