We’re all guilty of it at some point. I know I certainly am. Glamorizing writing is an easy trap to fall into … You forget about the countless hours of self-editing and imagine a cushy writing life where the right words flow effortlessly from your finger tips as you sit in your ideal setting and
We can’t talk about webinar best practices without first covering … Webinar shock. Familiar with it? Probably not, because I just made up the term. But you’re probably familiar with Webinar Shock’s sister term, Content Shock. It’s the idea, first described by Mark Schaefer, that we have entered an age in which “exponentially increasing volumes
Processes are a part of any type of job — whether it involves data, gardening, or construction. Yet, the fun processes involved in creative work are often the aspects that cause it to be regarded as trivial. “Real work” isn’t fun, right? But consider this: Lackluster content is the result of a lack of fun.