Archives For Michael Hyatt

Give Yourself Grace

May 14, 2013 — 2 Comments

 

Last week, I was indirectly bragging about getting up early and working out. I talked about being weird because normal is dumb.

Well, for most of the rest of the week, I didn’t wake up early and work out, and I didn’t do all that much writing or reading. Or healthy eating.

An example of why I need to give myself grace.

An example of why I need to give myself grace.

By the end of the week, I was feeling like a pretty big screwup. I started to chastise myself: Continue Reading…

 

I haven’t published an episode of my weekly podcast since February 3.

writer's block incarnate

writer’s block incarnate

Let me at least tell you the excuses I’ve been telling myself for the last ten weeks: Continue Reading…

When Feelings Fail

March 12, 2013 — 1 Comment

 

My feelings failed this morning.

Fighting feelings

Fighting feelings

Truth be told, they fail every morning. For the last six weeks or so, my alarm has been set for 5am. Before you get impressed by that, you have to know that setting an alarm and getting up are two entirely different things. I’ve had too many mornings where I got out of bed long enough to turn off my alarm, feel miserable, and go back to sleep.

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Over the past six weeks I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about vision.

It all started when I listened to a podcast by Michael Hyatt where he discussed the impact vision can have on productivity. He got me thinking about the way I organize my life and how it influences all I do. Continue Reading…

I know I’m joining the ranks of countless other bloggers who wish they had Michael Hyatt’s success, and are writing about him this week. However, I can’t think of a good reason not to.

I admit it. I’m an evangelist.

On Tuesday, May 22, influential blogger and former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishing, Michael Hyatt, published his new book called Platform. He’s been promoting this book for a while now, and I’ve been very excited to purchase it. In fact, I even had it preordered. Here are eight reasons why I’m recommending this book even though I haven’t read a single page.

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