Mutually Exclusive

It’s Friday. Time for a round up of the week’s Lessons Learned.

I was really focused on doing this week. Which doesn’t prevent learning. I mean, doing and learning aren’t mutually exclusive. But my daily sheets are full of notes about what I did and have little to offer in the way of insights to build on.

Best lesson I can come up with:

Including an image will double your production time. So choose carefully when deciding whether or not you really need a picture.

I’m pretty sure it applies to any project you might be working on…

But I do wonder if doing and connecting are somewhat exclusive. I got a lot done, but I wasn’t exactly social. My tweets tell me so. Focus seems to be a solitary thing.

When I figure out how to better balance or somehow integrate doing and connecting, then I’ll really have something to blog about. Stay tuned.

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