For the first 6 months of 2015, I tracked several health habits every day. Tracking a streak is a psychological trick that makes you increasingly resistant to breaking it. I have a streak of writing new fiction every day for about
Writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch recently blogged about an epiphany she had about people who get by at work and those who do so much more. Her epiphany resulted from realizing that a lesson she learned at day jobs (waitress, editing,
In my recent pillaging of the public library, I couldn’t turn down the chance to read Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. I had read many accounts of Steve Job’s life and work, at least up to about the time of the iMac.
I don’t make resolutions, I make adjustments. Publishing: Last year, I tried to publish 3 books and only published 2. This year, I adjust the goal to publish 2 books: Chokepoint (Kagent Series: #3) and The Obesity Conspiracy. If I
Writing: I published two novels: Crashpoint and Twistpoint. I was trying to publish 3 books in one year, but Chokepoint didn’t make it. It will be out early this year, I hope. I learned a lot about working with freelance editors, book
I am a big fan of Cal Newport’s side job of researching better ways to study. I say side job because he is a computer science professor at Georgetown University. In addition to his blog, Study Hacks, he has published several books