The secret of having more time to create

The secret of having more time to create

Have you ever wondered how some people manage to do all they do? They write a blog, upload videos, have a thriving creative business, volunteer, take care of their family, and they look fabulous while doing all of it.

It’s like they have at least 37 hours a day, where you only get 24.

Where do they get all that time? Do they have a time machine or a time turner?

It turns out, neither. Their secret has nothing to do with the amount of time they have.

In fact, you can have all the time in the world and you can sit in front of your computer for hours, not getting anything done. You can browse and chat and stare at the blank page on your screen, and accomplish nothing.

In the end of the day you feel:

  • unsatisfied with what you've accomplished

  • as if you haven't got enough done even though you've worked 15 hours

  • guilty for taking so many breaks

  • burnt out

  • not good enough for this job

If this sounds like you, I have a simple but very effective remedy for your pain—the secret of having more time to create.

7 reasons you should rebrand

7 reasons you should rebrand

Branding a business is not for the faint-hearted.

The process requires deep soul-searching, and, at some point, meeting your demons. Yep, all your fears and self-doubts gathered around the proverbial fire of your passion, pointing and laughing.

But it also means building a sustainable business. It means making absolutely sure you are talking to the right people and not to a bare wall.

It means silencing these particular demons for good.

Find your superpower

Find your superpower

Have you ever considered why you do what you do? Why you want the things you want? Why you make the choices you make? How far back can you go asking the simplest ‘why’?

The society we live in has a funny way of molding us to fulfill its needs. Some of those needs come natural to us, like having a family, a tribe, a home.

Others, such as work week / weekends, 9-5 office hours, wild consumerism, or being good at only one thing, are recent inventions (I think century and a half counts as recent in the grand scale of things)

So, keeping that in mind...

Why procrastination is good for you

Why procrastination is good for you

Nope, I’m not joking. You know that time when you put off a task for so long, it starts to affect your work, it messes up your schedule, and sometimes even manages to drag you down physically and emotionally.

Yes, you probably know what I’m talking about, and now you’re asking how that can possibly be good for you. Well, like anything that doesn’t kill you, it makes you stronger. Here, I'll show you how.