We all have big projects that seem insurmountable and just so big that they get postponed indefinitely. I have them, you have them, we all have them. Sometimes, I have my s*** together and I tackle a project right away, get it done, and cross it off my to-do list. Other times, that project will languish for days, weeks, or even months. When this happens, the project hangs over my head like a dark cloud, sucking my energy.
So how do I eventually finish the project? Heck, how do I even start the project? Continue reading
In my first post, I talked about how everything is a skill and provided a few examples of skills you might have already known and maybe some you didn’t know. After thinking about the topic for a while, I have compiled a short list of possible skills you can learn, either in a classroom, from an online course, from a book, from a friend, from an online video and/or from trial and error. The list is provided below, with a few links to resources on how to learn a few skills (please note that these are not affiliate links and I will not make any money from them – they are purely for your own edification): Continue reading
Everything is a skill
Everything in life is a skill. These skills can (and many should be) learned. I don’t know about you, but I have almost always thought that most stuff was innate and that, if you didn’t have it, then you didn’t have it. As I have gotten older though, I’ve learned that a lot of stuff (nearly everything) can be learned. Unfortunately, it is rarely easy to learn new skills as we get older (possibly because you probably already picked up on the easy stuff long ago), but it can be done. Continue reading