Instead of managing time like some begrudged worker, we can shape it. Think of yourself as a potter more than a manager. To show up and shape time as a creative has less to do with calendars and more to do with loving the mind. And the body.
Erin is one of 20 contributors to Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus and Sharpen Your Creative Mind, the first book in a three-part series exploring creative productivity, time management, individually tailo... Read Post
By making a few changes, we can greatly improve our creative thought process. Read Post