What do you do when you're running behind schedule? Run faster? Since I started rolling with the Small Product Lab, ideas keep flowing, take on shape, expand...just wonderful! I love this creative energy and I want to do everything at once. Of course I can't. I can have - and I do have - several… Continue reading Saying No to Survival Mode
I just finished writing (on my other blog) a rather long post Embracing Imperfection - Getting stressed or getting things done? about my Small Product Lab experience. So for today I just want to give a short update: All went well, eventually, and on time - except for the fact that only now, more than… Continue reading Embracing Imperfection (1)
It's already Day 4 of the Small Product Lab course! Today's assignment is to ... well, you read the title of this post. What we did in the meantime: Decided on our first Small Product, outlined it, gave it a name/title, created a landing page for a newsletter, and wrote a Thank You letter for… Continue reading Show Your Work and Share Your Progress
November is NaNoWriMo - the (inter)National Novel Writing Month. Last year I participated for the first time in NaNoWriMo. What I learned during those 30 days had not only impact on quality and quantity of my writing (fiction and non-fiction), but also changed my approach to writing - and other life areas as well :)… Continue reading What I learned through NaNoWriMo
If you plan to decorate your home for Halloween 2011 - and are still looking for ideas - maybe this post is for you; there are only 25 days left...
Making the "impossible" possible is creation and creativity at its finest. Creation starts with an idea or vision - but it takes determination, endurance and resilience to bring it into being, to realise what formerly existed only in our mind.