This Not That, How to Choose What to Work On Right Now (FS053)
How could you know what is the MOST IMPORTANT thing to work on right now?
Through this episode you’ll learn how to navigate this question, where the potholes are and about 9 specific tips you can apply right now. (I’m very explicit about the one I think is most important).
24 Lessons Learned In A Year of Podcasting (to 10,000+ listeners, FS052) — “On our 52nd episode, we share the 24 things we learned in a year of podcasting, what we wish we would have known before we started, and how to slap yourself into gear (because, like us, you probably deserve it too).”
Get the Audience Guide — “We’ve put together a handbook to help you get to clarity on your target market, ideal client, tribe, avatar, persona, whatever the kids are calling it these days.”
Mud Rooms, Red Letters, and Real Priorities | 43 Folders — “‘Priority! Mud room!’ I audibly mumbled, just loud enough to be heard exactly one row back.”
Asana — This is the team project/task manager we’re using right now.
Brain Dumps, Prioritization And Productivity: A Beginners Guide To Getting Things Done — This explains more about that brain dump thing we mention where you walk around your house/life capturing all the things you want to get done. And here’s a great list to help you along.
Flannery O’Connor on Blood & Sweat — Such a great quote.
Drink Beer for Big Ideas, Coffee to Get Them Done — “From a scientific perspective, creativity is your ability to think of something original from connections made between pre-existing ideas in your brain.”
I’ve taken a lot of courses and been involved in several paid communities since I started my business, but I’ve never ever felt like anyone CARED as much about seeing my reach my goals as the Fizzle Team. They show up for me as much as I show up for myself. Thank you SO much, you guys!
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