Set metrics but be patient

Metrics are great. As humans, we have a visceral reaction to numbers – we always want to make them better (even at the expense of us doing what we would really like to do). The beauty of numbers is that they make running away from facts impossible. You can rationalize your reasons for not getting […]

Cal Newport – Author of “So Good They Can’t Ignore You” on deep work, deliberate practice, and skill building

I blogged about my interview experience with Cal Newport the other day. I am happy to share that the interview is now up in full on,. It is insight packed and is a resource for anyone who cares about remarkability in their careers and the concept of deliberate practice. About Cal Cal Newport is […]