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Privileges

One of my mentors said to me once, as an entrepreneur, or self-employed person you gain control of your time, your finances and even who you choose to do business with. At the same time, you lose one major privilege. The privilege to fall ill. When starting out, you...

Sorry for the silence

What a strange month. A couple of extra long work days. A couple of sick days. Family emergencies. Family Celebrations. Then mostly a lot of catching up on backlog. I often wonder at the mental capacity and physical discipline of determined creative artists. How they...

Quantity vs Quality, how will you write?

As I go through my 100-days journey of writing, I’ve been reading quite a fair bit of articles about writing. There are two camps of writers. The one camp that goes for quantity of content; frequent but shorter in length. The other camp that goes for quality;...

Art is more than Creativity

I love it when thought leaders take a regular word and redefine or deepen the meaning of that word. The good ones open up a new world perspective of working with that word. One of these thought leaders I admire is Seth Godin. And his definition of art is:Art is a...

Letting Go, Lego

Letting go is something easier said than done. But it still needs to be done. Today I’ve finally let go of my children’s Lego bricks. All seven tubs of them. Probably a good 15 years after they stopped playing with them. Ok, it wasn’t in my direct...