The Best of 2016

Happy New Year everyone!

I’m finally back from London and ready to get the new year started. First, I just wanted to share a change that I’ll be making in my writing.

Last year I wrote two posts every week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. It was a great way to build my writing habit, but I also felt that my posts were at times lacking and I didn’t have enough time to truly flesh out the ideas I was exploring.

On the other hand, it was a great way to learn to write against a hard deadline and bang out work no matter how uninspired I may have felt.

This year I want to try something a little different. I’m going to reduce my writing down to once a week on Wednesdays, but also aim for higher quality, long form pieces that are well thought out and researched. The first one will be next week and I hope you enjoy it.

Now, on to my top 10 posts of 2016!

1. 5 Rules To Help You Make Better Decisions

Making decisions can be tough, especially when there’s no obvious choice. Here are 5 rules that will help you when you’re  not quite sure what to do.

2. The Resistance and Doing Work That Matters

You battle with the resistance on a daily basis. It is a struggle that everyone faces. Find out how you can start winning that battle.

3. The Power of Words and How To Build Your Vocabulary

Learn why words matter, from their meaning to their imagery, and how you can build your vocabulary.

4. What To Do When You Can’t Decide What To Do

We are spoiled for choice and overwhelmed by decisions. Everything requires brain power. The solution? Long term thinking.

5. What is a Commonplace Book?

What is a commonplace book? Why should you be commonplacing? Creating the best book you’ve every owned is one of many benefits.

6. Why the Greatest Minds Take Long Walks

The act of walking sounds simple enough, but the benefits are incredible. Learn why you need to create a habit of walking immediately.

7. Ikigai: The Reason You Get Up in the Morning

Are you excited for tomorrow? Can you not wait to wake up in the morning? If not, find out why you need to be.

8. There Is Not Enough TIME!

Time is like the currency for life. It’s our most important resource, so naturally we complain that we don’t have enough of it. Ever.

9. Why We Give Up and the Importance of Perseverance

There are many reasons why we give up, but perseverance can carry us past most of them. Learn how a combination of understanding and discipline can help you finish work that matters.

10. The One Rule For Have a Successful Career

How chasing growth can lead you to success. So don’t stay in your comfort zone or avoid the unknown, instead dive right in.

And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been.Rainer Maria Rilke

Keep a look out for new content starting next week and again, Happy 2017!