May 21, 2021
The best thing about being a founder is that you’re rarely bored.
Mar 30, 2021
When you write, who do you picture reading your writing?
Mar 29, 2021
Come along, as I try to figure this out.
Mar 28, 2021
You know, besides the global pandemic…
Dec 30, 2019
2019 was a year of both professional and personal growth for me. In my professional life, I quit my full-time job, started consulting, and began launching self-funded products. In my personal life, I completed my first year of no drinking, began a wonderful relationship, and took a couple of great road trips.
Aug 27, 2019
Aspiry was born out of my previous project, Accountability Pledge. With Accountability Pledge, I wanted to help people commit to doing the things they wanted to do, but weren’t, and needed a little extra push.
Aug 6, 2019
I started my blog because I wanted to be helpful and write articles that others could learn from. While noble I guess, this mindset is holding me back from actually writing and publishing. I’ve put this pressure on myself that every article I write needs to be teaching or showing someone how to do something.
Jul 6, 2019
One of the hardest parts about building a solo business is holding yourself accountable. Without a boss or teammates, it’s up to you, and you alone, to get things done. This isn’t always easy, particularly in the age of distraction that we live in. I know some people who are full of intrinsic motivation and are able to just get stuff done. I admire the heck out of them, but personally, I need a lot more help to hold myself accountable.
Jun 24, 2019
Last week, I attended my first ever pitch meeting. My client is seeking their seed round investment and wanted me to attend. It was an eye-opening experience. Personally, I’ve never had the desire to build a business that required outside investment. And after seeing the pitch process firsthand, I understand why more clearly now.
I want to share what has become a cornerstone habit of mine for increased productivity and happiness. I call it Owning the First Hour of Your Day.