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Interpersonal Communication

How do you communicate what you believe to others, to the world?

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Seeing Your Inbox as a Gift

Email – the dreaded inbox – can be a source of stress for many. You wake up and the first thing you do is see what you need to respond to. Obviously, that's not a great way to own your own time and attention. I was caught doing this myself, leaving emails

Seeing Your Inbox as a Gift
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3 Tips to Immediately Improve Your Written Communication

I wanted to address the most common issues/problems that I see Founders facing when it comes to written communication. Writing is a skill, and there are very simple tips that will drastically improve your ability to write something that is relevant to who is reading what you're writing. There

3 Tips to Immediately Improve Your Written Communication
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The Mental Health Tax of Office Politics

Companies are just people. And when people coordinate, it’s difficult to meet everyone’s needs. After all, each of us has the habit of thinking that we can control the world around us…when in reality, each one of us is attempting to do this with our own goals

The Mental Health Tax of Office Politics
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Relating is Just One Half of Connection

The internet gave us the solution to the pain that many people, myself included felt... “There aren’t any other people who care about what I care about.” But on the internet, these people are in abundance, and it’s incredible. Intellectual stimulation is available 24/7. All of the

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There’s No Shame in Telling People What You Do

There are many different ways to describe what you do. If you’re self-employed, or someone who does many things this is a kind of dreaded question to be asked. Many times we resort to vague terms… We use… * “Founder” * “Startup” * “Self-Employed” * “Freelancer” None of these really describes much at

There’s No Shame in Telling People What You Do
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Art as a Simulation

Art provides flexibility to the rigid form of our persona.

Art as a Simulation
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What is a book?

This past season I went through my Kindle and added all of the books I'd bought over the past few years to an Airtable spreadsheet. I tried to rank them, list out which I'd finished, and more importantly, write a line or two about what I'd learned from each one.

What is a book?
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Great Writing is Felt

It's rare to remember a sentence or a piece of writing, whether from these emails, a book, or a blog. What's remembered, instead, is the direction of movement you feel within you, like a magnet towards your goals or desires. The words I write are less important than the energy

Great Writing is Felt
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Creating Space for your Writing Practice

I've been writing a bit less due to other commitments, and I've noticed my writing start to atrophy a bit. It's like the wire that goes from somewhere in my mind to my fingers has started to fray. It's a bit clumsy. I have a notion in my head, but

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Listening is like a Message in a Bottle

If you listen to people, not on an informational level, but on an indirect level. If you listen to people while still holding space to observe what it is they are truly saying, you will find that people will reveal much of what is on their mind, but what is