Some Monday quick thinking on inspiration, procrastination, and several other frequently touched upon topics on the Brainzooming blog:

Expectations – When you set exceptionally high standards for yourself, you have to stop listening to others who say you’re fine the way you are.

Simplicity – There’s nothing wrong with doing something really simply. It’s usually the absolute best thing, in fact.

Inspiration – It’s fascinating that people who hardly ever write a blog post suddenly have a 1,000 ideas when their blogging platform is down for 24 hours.

Procrastination – Sometimes less is more. Sometimes less just means you started preparing too late.

Self-Perception – When you’re singing your own praises, the threshold for what others consider hyperbole is pretty low. Mike Brown

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4 Responses to “Inspiration, Procrastination and Other Quick Thinking for Monday”

  1. Todd Schnick says:

    funny about the inspiration one gets when the platform is down… too true…

    funny thing is, when i am away from my machine and all i have is my moleskine, is in fact, when i come up with content ideas… something to be said about that methinks…

    • Anonymous says:

      Is says it’s important to always be able to capture ideas whenever and wherever they occur, no matter whether a computer is around or not.


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