When was the last time you promised yourself that this is the week you’re going to stick to that ideal productivity routine? This is the week you’ll go to sleep early, wake early, write, exercise, eat well, and drink enough water.
Yet here you are again, back at the start…
You don’t need to know how to code to be a creator and sell products.
That is what I wanted to prove to myself this year.
So in August, I took the product-creating plunge.
With a decade of marketing experience and years spent studying how to create info products, I…
I always say, “I’m here whenever you need help,” to my direct reports.
But the truth is, I’m not. This is a lie.
Sometimes I’m in the middle of a big project and I absolutely need to focus.
Sometimes I need to step away to bring my kids to school…
Going from freelance to full-time wasn’t as easy as I expected.
You accepted the full-time job offer, and you’re ecstatic.
The world has been waiting for your pure talent and natural knowledge for so long. You’re finally going to unleash your imagination. …
Starting a new job triggers my imposter syndrome like nothing else.
It seems comical. You’d think I would feel more confident than ever. After all, I was just chosen out of a qualified pool of candidates. They want little old *me* to join their team.
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Everyone is “customer-centric” these days. It’s beyond buzzword status. It’s part of the mission statement of the world’s biggest companies (ahem, Amazon) and the topic of at least 85% of every marketing conference session (okay, maybe not quite).
But being customer-centric doesn’t start when…