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Pricing Your Services

Pricing yourself and your services isn’t easy. There are many factors including customer demand, brand cache, experience, and supply. When we price ourselves appropriately, we create a positive sum game with our customers. Appropriate pricing says, “If you pay me, you will get more out of this than I

Pricing Your Services
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For founders running multiple businesses at once

If you’re a quick starting founder type… that is, one of those people who just start, rather than doing research or thinking too much…it’s common to have multiple projects or businesses running at one time. I have multiple clients right now, each of whom has one, two,

For founders running multiple businesses at once
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Productive in the Remote Workplace

When we're in the office, it's easy to see who's there – who's working hard, who's leading teams and meetings. It might be the owner, in the corner office, in before everyone else. Or, the diligent programmer working late at night. But in the remote workplace, the workplace that exists without

Productive in the Remote Workplace
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A Meeting Should have a Clear Purpose

If you’ve ever been in a random coffee meeting with an awkward start and end…It’s probably that you weren’t really sure what it was you were meeting about. Are we just getting to know one another? Who connected us again, and what was that for?? Often

A Meeting Should have a Clear Purpose
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Hiring for Depth

In a world where decisions matter than ever, and complexity increases… value comes from understanding nuance. Not to make this about COVID, but I believe we're all learning now that when we see the huge variety of interpretations, models, predictions…we realize that there is a massive spectrum in its

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Training Remote Productivity

Since 2013 I've worked for myself, and so I've experimented with all different types of setups and routines. I'm fairly obsessive about understanding even subtle changes to my energy, productivity or wellbeing. If you think about Olympic athletes, they train each day to stretch the limits of their ability, and

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Work, Efficiency and Purpose

1. First, we all work at home, on a global scale due to this lockdown. Forced into remote work, companies are scrambling to adjust workflows and bring them online. Long Zoom, Slack, and remote collaborative tools. 2. Then, many rules change around online work. We see productivity gains both personally

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Coming Changes to the Work Paradigm

1. First, we all work at home, on a global scale due to this lockdown. Forced into remote work, companies are scrambling to adjust workflows and bring them online. Long Zoom, Slack, and remote collaborative tools. 2. Then, many rules change around online work. We see productivity gains both personally

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The Meta Skill of the Artist and Entrepreneur

There are two ways to look at every situation... with fear or with curiosity and learning. The amygdala is an ancient part of our brain that holds fear. It's always been there to keep us safe. It interprets shadows as wild animals, and phone calls from our boss as our

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The Entrepreneur VS The Operator

The Artist, the entrepreneur is built on failure. That is that their primary job is to try doing something that's never been done before. They ask "What if?" and follow that like a series of dominoes until they start off talking about one thing and suddenly they're talking about something