Life's all good when we're on a roll. But how do we recover our momentum if we've lost our groove? What can we do to finally move forward again--and keep moving forward?
When you cease doing something important to you, you've entered the dark side of lost momentum. And it may cost you in more ways than just a delayed outcome.
Losing momentum can be discouraging. But, if examined correctly, offers several advantages which can accelerate renewed energy.
You and I are in the idea production business. But what's the cost of a missed idea?
There are three things keeping you and me from creating more margin in our lives.
Everyone can be more disciplined. As daunting as it may seem, the steps to becoming more disciplined are rather simple. We discuss the key principles.
If you suffer from distraction, these three simple steps can help you escape the time sinks and get back to working on your more important goals.
So many ideas… so little time. That sums up pretty well my creative angst. I love what I do. So much so that often I find it hard to relax. In this week’s episode of the Reinventure Me podcast, ...
“Work fascinates me. I can stare at it for hours.” Pithy sayings, comedic and otherwise, about procrastination abound. It truly is a vexing and universal habit. In this week’s episode of the Reinventure Me podcast, my co-host Armin Assadi ...
It happens to all of us. Too many “yeses” and suddenly we’re in a pickle; there’s not enough time to dispatch all the commitments we’ve made. What to do? Often, our first instinct is to start off-loading. We cancel ...