This post originally appeared August 1, 2011 on BetterProjects.net
I give you all, The Ultimate Productivity Blog.
Now that you’ve read it, how do you respond to it?
I ran across this reading Jeff Atwood's Coding Horror blog. He went on to say:
Reading self-help advice from other people, however well-intentioned, is no substitute for getting your own damn work done. The sooner you come to terms with this, the better off you’ll be.I couldn’t agree more.
Get out there and do stuff because you fundamentally enjoy it and because it makes you better. As a writer, as an analyst, as a techie, whatever. Learn to love practicing the fundamentals and do it better each time. Over time, quality does lead to success, but you have to be patient. Really patient. Turns out, “overnight” success takes years. Maybe even decades. This is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. Plan accordingly.
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