At the start of the year, I  quit social media for 30 days. I adopted a philosophy that Cal Newport refers to in his new book as “Digital Minimalism”.I didn’t upload a single picture to…

In an episode of the Unmistakable Creative, Bob Goff made the distinction between what you’re able to do and what you’re made to do. Most of us can do lots of things. But we’re only…

You can buy the attention of an audience, or you can earn it by connect connecting, creating, and contributing. If you buy their attention and they don’t stick around, you will have have to keep…

Everybody has a story worth telling. But we assume it’s not worth telling unless we’re writing a book or appear as a guest on a podcast. A few weeks ago while I was doing some…

It’s tempting to believe the voice in your head. But in doing so, you mix up the author and the narrator. You’re the author. It’s the narrator. And sometimes, actually often, the narrator does a…

For today’s blog post, we decided to compile a round up of our favorite tools we use to run The Unmistakable Creative Podcast.Communication ToolsSlack – Team Communication and Shared ConsciousnessA few years ago, I interviewed…

When you work with a teacher, a coach, a mentor or sign up for a course, it’s tempting to pass on responsibility for your results. But the only person who is responsible for your achievements…

I’ve self-published two books, one of which hit the WSJ bestseller list. I’ve also written two books with Penguin Portfolio(one of the most respected publishers in the world). There are pros and cons to each…

I’ve been writing a 1000 words a day for almost six years. And on any given day, 90 percent of what I write is terrible, incoherent nonsense that makes me wonder why I bother, why…

Go out and buy 5 ducks. Chances are you’ll have a hard time getting them all in a row unless you clip their wings and tie them down. Even if you manage to get them…