What do you want to accomplish in the next year? Intentionally planning with these 5 steps will help you make the most of it.
Pausing to reflect on the previous year can prove particularly helpful as you step ahead into the year to come.
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Daily Gleanings about planning preaching and coordinating it with academic work.
Chris Clearfield, Andras Tilcsik, and Brett McKay discuss complex systems, their failures, and what we can learn from these failures to apply in other fields. This discussion has a number of good takeaways. One of these relates to the concept of “tight coupling.” If you have a tightly coupled writing queue, you have one project […]
This week, we continue reviewing some highlights from Michael Hyatt’s new book, Free to Focus, and treat the final section on “action.” If you haven’t done so yet, be sure to read the prior introduction to the book and our discussions of stopping and cutting. These will each provide necessary context for this final part […]