The Hero’s Journey – Case Study

Hello and welcome back to the blog, lovelies. Today we're going to walk through The Hero's Journey. Also called the Monomyth, this plot method was developed by Joseph Campbell, and if you need a refresher, you can visit my post about it The Hero’s Journey – Plot Theory. In general, you can think of the Monomyth …

Heart Breathings – Plot Theory

I'm back this week with another plotting method that I just learned and totally love. This one is from author Sarah Cannon of Heart Breathings and her entire plotting method can be found over on YouTube, starting with this video. So I highly recommend checking her out and subscribing to her channel!

Plan Your Hour

Is there a system out there that is better than the Pomodoro Method? I've talked about my love/hate relationship with the Pomodoro technique multiple times on the blog now. I love learning new methods for productivity, and am always looking for another way to hack or otherwise motivate myself into getting work done, yet I find that there are always drawbacks to each system. One weekend, I was thinking about this, and came up with a new system that I hadn't ever heard of before.

How to Do LESS but Get MORE Done

What if I told you that 80% of your successes in life came from 20% of your actions? Crazy right? But that's exactly what we're talking about today. What is the Pareto Principle? The Pareto principle is a concept developed by Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto back in 1895 after he noticed that 80% of the …

Is it Important? Is it Urgent? What’s the Difference?

It's great to be given tools to hack your productivity, but if your to-do list is a mile long and you don't know where to begin, you may need to approach your tasks from another perspective. Let's talk about the two ways you can categorize tasks. Is it Important? A task that is defined as …

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