Monotasking is about being super intentional with what you have right in front of you, and zeroing in on one task at a time. Not, you know, twenty tasks at the same time. Monotasking is the present of having a presence and being laser focused. It’s the anti-hero to modern entrepreneurship hustle-core and the solution to chaotic overwhelm.Read More
Do we stop giving each other advice? We’re human, so that’s unlikely. It’s a big part of the way we bond with each other. It’s more about making sure that the person is open to receiving what you have to say, and understanding that person is not you.Read More
Whenever we think about our comfort zone, we think of it in terms of something that we need to escape or transcend. Everything outside of it has the power to change us, while everything within it stifles us from being the greatest versions of ourselves. While I understand this thought process, I think that we don’t give the things in our comfort zone enough credit.Read More
We filmmakers are some of the most persistent people out there. We hustle hard for projects we’re passionate about and we’ll stop at nothing to see them come to fruition.
Although I feed off of that excitement and tenacity, there are a few basics that every aspiring screenwriter or filmmaker should know if you want to get your project in front of people who you want to produce it.Read More
If you’re a freelancer, you know how it goes.
You get up. Grab coffee. Sit at your computer (in your PJs) and… the cat knocks over your water, you need to binge Queer Eye again, your bed looks way too inviting. Your apartment is filled with distractions, but the idea of fighting over a spot with a nearby outlet at your local Starbucks is a daunting and often fruitless venture.
Here’s what you need to do to hunker down and get to werk at home.Read More