In The Author Flywheel, I open up my book of author hacks developed and refined over the past twelve years.
Internal collaboration hubs can quickly manifest thorny cultural issues. That’s exactly why some leaders oppose them. Big mistake.
An absurdly complex 85-word sentence right off the bat all but guarantees crickets, confusion, or both.
Writing a little script to calculate the streak needed to hit a user-defined winning percentage.
A Tableau dataviz that explores the relationship between days active and messages sent.
The online experiment likely means lower numbers at the end of the semester.
Some tools to help newbies weather the transition.
What resonated with my readers last year.
Parting thoughts as they embark on their careers.
How professors can use the collaboration tool to engage their students
Illustrating business processes need not be that boring.
What’s up with book number nine.
Encouraging important discussions about the role of technology in our society.
Why not show them that you’ve got a little personality?
Sometimes Gantt charts actually make sense.
If I were 21 again …