Tag: personal cartography

17 Mar

The Roads Not Taken

It’s at the forks that we get lost. It’s at the forks we realize every choice has a price, that the price of where you’re going includes the cost of where you’ll never be. Or of what you’ll lose along the way.
30 Jul

How to Raise Your Profile, Online and Off

It’s a question that comes up a lot: how do I stand out? how do I break in? how can I be successful? The answers are simple, but they’re not easy. Be active. Presence isn’t enough. You have to act. Whether that means you’re a company looking to break into a new market, or the [...]
07 Mar

There is a Map. With Monsters.

Says Seth Godin in his new book, Linchpin, ”There is no map”: Here’s the truth you have to wrestle with: the reason that art (writing, engaging, leading, all of it) is valuable is precisely why I can’t tell you how to do it. If there were a map, there’d be no art, because art is the act [...]