Don't judge your ideas through a lens filled with beat-tired late nights, sacrificed paychecks, and all the other trademarks of building something from scratch. Instead, view them as investments, so you can better gauge when to move on from a loser.
By Matt McCue
Limits are not, well, limiting. Framed correctly, putting a cap on your ambition and future plans is tremendously freeing.
By Oliver Burkeman
The prolific illustrator on how to keep a lid on it to avoid burnout.
By Meg Duffy
Finding your inner Zen has never been easier.
By Allison Stadd
Ignoring "shallow work" makes one appear lazy or distanced, but its the trait that enables great creatives to do work that matters.
By Cal Newport
“If you don't take full advantage of the schedule flexibility that self-employment allows, you're doing it wrong.”
The pros and cons of hyper-specialization.
Task management, goal setting, invoices, and contracts—all made easier.
Will we ever decouple perceived effort and long hours with our rewards system?