Sabbatical, summer, and switching things up

Guess who’s back!

And I can’t be more excited. This past few months have been insane and I’ll get into that, but first, I just want to thank everyone for being patient with me. I said I’d be back near labor day, and over a month later, I’m cropping back up to hit your blog feeds with some lessons learned, some new ideas, and some new projects that I just can’t wait to share with you.

How to Build a Foolproof System in Trello

How to Build a Foolproof System in Trello

Trello is having a serious moment here. And there is a damn good reason why. The ways to set up Trello to work for you is endless. But let’s be honest too. Sometimes unlimited possibilities aren’t what we need. As human people, we tend to flourish within boundaries. And everywhere you turn, you see swipe boards (guilty!), how tos, and courses for sale. And while these resources are amazing for inspiration, there isn’t a system in existence that is going to be exactly what you need at every turn.

Whether you are new to Trello or have been at this for a while, there is something really empowering about being able to create a system that you need for whatever you need it for, especially in a software like Trello. Let’s dive in.

Getting and Staying Ahead for Content Creation: A Case Study

Getting and Staying Ahead for Content Creation: A Case Study

Let me start by sharing that this is not a typical case study.

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about how authenticity is not just a buzzword and I included a quote from Elizabeth Gilbert that rocks my world. “Authenticity is collection of choices we have make everyday. It’s about the choice to show up and be real.” And today, I am going to be really frank and honest with you. See, while I know the strategies and methods to success, I have the damndest times implementing them because, you know, human person.

But the big thing that I feel really sets someone up for success is owning their shortcomings as much as their successes. And because I’m pretty much an open book at this whole business thing and transparency is really important to me, I’m coming clean.

I’m sharing my shortcomings like I would in a case study.