Seth Godin’s The Practice: Shipping Creative Work bristles with fresh ways of looking at creativity and work. My last month of spring was mediocre, so let me reboot for the first month of summer. Towards the end of the book, he sums up one strand of thought.
“Build streaks,” he advises, by which he means establish, by hook or by crook, regularity of work. I dive back into 1958, the Sodium Graphite Reactor. One hour right now, Andres.