The paradox of slowing down is that you get the same amount (or more) done, with greater impact.
When you just take action, you prove that your publishing activity is both possible and feasible. With that kind of evidence, you’re hard to say no to.
What do you do when breaking news makes your production schedule irrelevant or — worse — insensitive? This article shows you.
The worst thing you can do is to mistake thinking for action, or action for results. Unfortunately, that’s what can happen right in the planning phase of your amazing publication.
This article gives you a very direct reason for not publishing as much as humanly possible; and some exercises for finding your boundaries. Great publications always have boundaries.
Do you announce your good intentions? Do you announce your good *publishing* intentions? This article shows you why it’s risky behaviour.