While my business has been growing, I’ve also been trying to figure out how to offer a more accessible supplement to the high-touch engagements I do with my corporate clients. With support from some amazing collaborators, I’ve started to put together standard product & service offerings for Maud Projects, LLC. The first, and perhaps most obvious offering to come out of this exploration is Coaching.
You can choose to start over at anytime. I can choose right now to pick back up where I left off. The only risk associated with that is that I may fail. But the only real risk is trying to avoid failure at all.
In addition to choosing #onelittleword to serve as a guide for me, I also have a tradition of doing an annual review at the end of each year. In the spirit of Creation, I shared my 2014 Review here.
One of my favorite traditions is to pick a word to guide my year. This year’s word was probably the easiest for me to come up with, largely because it was a natural evolution of the words from years prior.
While I was heads down focusing on growing my business (and working with some of the best brands & agencies out here in LA), I began to neglect this pretty little site. So I brought in the big guns.
Stop worrying so much about what’s new or what’s next or how to prepare. You can’t. Don’t worry about knowing everything about the hottest tools. Start getting interested in behavior.
Inspired by Jason Smith and his Oxy project (which I’ve donated to), I decided to share the Personal Statement portion of my rejected Berkman Center Fellowship Application from January 2013.
This post originally appeared on the DeutschLA Tumblr. You may have seen one of these floating around the office recently: In case you were wondering what it’s about, it’s simple: the planners here at Deutsch believe have a responsibility to our clients (and ourselves) to find better words to use than “millennial”. In 2010, Pew […]
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