I write a newsletter about personal development, psychology, and leadership.
- How to make better decisions.
- Tech productivity tools to make your digital life better
- Designing your schedule to fit your own needs, rather than trying to force-fit someone else’s design to your life.
- Rethinking the structure of work to fit a more human body.
- The intersection of parenting and work.
If you’re curious and seeking the spark of new and interesting ideas, and want some groundedness within the flurry of modern life, you will probably enjoy my newsletter. Don’t see the form at the top? Head here to subscribe instead.
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About my readers:
I am grateful to have a diverse, interesting, and wise group of readers who enjoy my newsletters. This blog started as a column about making the transition to the professional world, figuring stuff out, and finding out what’s important for you and your career. It has evolved into a blog on business, generating ideas, entrepreneurship, management, design, and teaching writing workshops. Other times, it’s just an exploration into life, living and being.
Members of this community include CEOs, entrepreneurs, Y-combinator startup founders, Google Software engineers, elite athletes, PhD scientists, authors, and so many more. I am grateful to be in conversation with each and every one of you.