The Power of Making Constraints

Setting limits for yourself, whether that involves the money you have to start a business, or the number of words you can use in a book — often delivers better results than keeping your options open.


Nine Types of Entrepreneurs

Successful entrepreneurs are supposed to be outgoing, risk-taking workaholics.

Ignore the News

Something I planned to touch on later, in part two (or three) of my Behind the Curtain series, but that seems very apropos to today, the day after the Boston Marathon bombing, is one of my primary rules for maintaining my sanity: ignore the news.