Publish a small manifesto.
Remember yourself—it’s easy to pass over yourself when fitting into the crowd.
The value of exactness is highly underestimated. Mistakes can still cost you—even if you learn from them—so prepare your mind and know what you’re trying to achieve.
Begin with the end in mind.
Never leave for tomorrow that which you can begin chipping away at today—panic doesn’t help creativity.
Use technology to help your weaknesses, not to create new ones.
Never be afraid that your manifesto isn’t exactly a manifesto. You never know what it might lead to.
Iteration is a virtue—but don’t be sloppy.
Here’s the backstory of this tagged series I’m starting:
The guys behind http://momentumchallenge.net/ inspired me, but I found them too late to officially participate. I’ll be documenting my own participation in the publicly available portion—the first 13 days.
I think this is going to be great for my business (modthink.com) and I want to thank the dudes behind it: Dustin Lee and Jonathan Mead.
See here: http://images.moon-ray.com/2/7621/images/1381514993.jpeg