When people find out, I have a blog one of the first questions I get is when do you have time for that?
I used to say usually when I’m supposed to be sleeping, but after I was diagnosed with sleep apnea, I finally got the message that sleep deprivation can cause major issues.
Nowadays, the answer is different and almost seems like it should be obvious but it’s not.
So here it is.
I write during the same times you do things you enjoy? Do you like to savor a glass of wine or two with dinner? How long does it take?
What about unwinding to an episode or three of Stranger Things?
If you want to write or get into any other daily habit, start swapping it out with some of the downtime in your schedule. Once your start looking, you might surprise yourself at how much you find.
And with some of your extra time, you should find your way over to Amazon to buy my book for more career tips you won’t learn in any classroom.
P.s. In this book of original color illustrations for each chapter, written to provide insights into real-life lessons I’ve learned outside of any undergraduate or business school classroom, you’ll learn:
- How to select a school to maximize your return on investment
- How to choose courses that will make you irresistible to employers (this doesn’t just apply to college)
- How to execute a job search so targeted, recruiters will think you were made just for them
- How to use people’s first impression biases to work to your advantage
- How to strike the perfect balance between ambition and entitlement
- How to build new relationships that could fast-track your career
- How to craft objectives that help make it impossible to deny “the receipts” showing your greatness
- The 12 most honest reasons to lie about your salary history
- How to promote yourself while keeping the business value equation in tact
- How to always be networking
- How (and when) to say no on the job
- What to do next once you’re done reading this book
Here’s the link one more time for your convenience: