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There's a certain kind of creative energy when you have an idea. When you decide to start a new project to work on that idea, the energy is miles-high; you're swimming with inspiration, you're filled to the brim with an eagerness to work on said project. Then reality sets in. The project is harder than … Continue reading Updates, Juggling, and Focus
This post was originally published on the MIMS Career Blog. Aisyah (not her real name) was frustrated. Last night’s shift made her feel like she never even went to nursing school. She had a patient with ESRD who was about to go for dialysis at 0800. She was monitoring his blood pressure, and at … Continue reading Why You Feel Like You Suck Even Though You’re Doing A Great Job
I cannot live without my to-do lists. I am completely rubbish at committing things to memory; I am someone who needs to be constantly reminded whenever I need to do something. Plus, whenever I get down to the task at hand, my mind would be thinking of all the tasks I have left to do… … Continue reading Reducing Task Overload With Time Contexts
Once in a while we will post an interview with someone about their tools, workflows, and mental frameworks that they use to produce their creative work. By looking at what tools someone uses and how they use them can give us an idea into how we can create better. Azzam is an avid skateboarder, filmmaker, … Continue reading How To Thrive As A Journalist, Without Prior Experience