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Doing both

I'm sitting in a Holiday Inn Express in Willcox, Arizona right now. I've got a few days here after our pre-season testing time out at INDE Motorsports Ranch, one of my favorite places on the face of the planet. It was less expensive and disruptive for me to stay in

Doing both
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This week, at work, in the world

This is a cross-post from my Red Currant Collective email list, so please disregard if you receive a duplicate. If you are a leader who doesn't know what to say today, I'm going to share the message I started our week with here among my team. I'm learning in public

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Happy new(ish) year

Today will be the quickest possible version of an update on what's happened since I last wrote here, and I'm going to leave a bunch out. And if I manage to stick to my current routine, you'll hear from me a little more frequently this year...

Happy new(ish) year
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I Have A Favor To Ask (If You're A Reader)

Dear Friends, I’m not the Black Friday type, but I do have an opportunity I wanted to share with you this evening before we all (I hope!) unplug for the holiday weekend with our friends and families. I'm writing two (eep!) upcoming books and need some help from readers

I Have A Favor To Ask (If You're A Reader)
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This November is for creation.

We are setting aside time this November for gratitude, creation, and rest.

This November is for creation.
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And a bonus Sunday content experiment

This morning I wrote a Twitter thread about a recent article by Professor Scott Galloway titled "The Imminent Collapse of Digital Advertising." My thread on the topic is achieving some virality, so now I'm in experimentation and momentum-building mode. A favor, if you're so inclined: (1) Choose your favorite platform

And a bonus Sunday content experiment
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Juggling is not my superpower

And there is no "off-season."It’s been a doozie of a couple of months wrapping up our season on the road with CW Moto and MotoAmerica, with my own consultancy taking off. We're home now, and adjusting to the "off-season" which is honestly quite a strange adjustment. We haven't

Juggling is not my superpower
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Self-awareness of executive functioning is a superpower

When I say the words "executive functioning," most people think of meeting agendas and Monthly Business Review PowerPoint presentations. But executive functions are a bundle of cognitive abilities that control the skills required for goal-directed behavior.

Self-awareness of executive functioning is a superpower
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Perfection is the enemy of progress

We're on the road, presently in Miles City, Montana (at the time of chicken scratching the notes for this post we were. Now as I edit we're 48 miles outside of Fargo, North Dakota). This trip we're bound for Minnesota. My perfectionism tendencies have kept me from writing lately. That

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Fierce self-compassion

The level of complexity in my world these days is high, and I'm moving through another round of overwhelm. This cycle is harder than the last few in some ways and easier in others. Easier in that my world is so much more local these days – I'm not managing a

Fierce self-compassion