One of the personal tasks I set out for myself after being laid off in August was up my Notion game. As a writer, marketer, and (now) job hunter, I’m usually swimming in research for pitches and personal projects I have underway.Continue reading “Notion as a personal wiki”
2021 was another year where the pandemic seemed to call the shots. While I made much progress, the last few months felt like quite a slog.
Here’s my pandemic year in review:Continue reading “2021: The good and the bad”
I went into 2021 with higher hopes for personal publishing than I produced. It’s no big thing. However, I’m sitting on more blog post ideas than I have time or energy to write.
Here are what I refer to as my three personal publishing sins from 2021:Continue reading “3 personal publishing sins I committed in 2021”
I coined the term management overhead when I was working in a highly politicized environment. VP level management became obstructions to productivity. In some cases, I was on project teams where VPs and directors outnumbered the people who could do the work. Here’s what I like to call the 5 deadly sins of management overhead:Continue reading “The 5 deadly sins of management overhead”
During the pandemic, I’ve been fine-tuning my personal technology stack the whole time. My personal attitude about apps is that the application work for me, I don’t work for the application. So while I’m the first person to experiment with a new application, it needs to be easy to use.
Here’s how my current pandemic tech stack looks:Continue reading “My COVID-19 Tech Stack: It’s all about Communications and Collaboration”