Considering today

By Thord D. Hedengren

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#1 / Don’t wait for the opportune moment

Consideringtoday #1 By Thord D. Hedengren Waiting for the opportune moment has been a recurring mistake in my life. There’s been so many times that I’ve opted not to move ahead with something because it wasn’t perfect yet. Maybe it was a website and the logo wasn’t finished. Maybe it was a blog post but I was scared it wasn’t researched enough, despite having spent enough time on it. Maybe it was a startup idea that I kept fiddling with, only to see someone else doing it months later. It’s so...

10 months ago • 1 min read

Consideringtoday Bonus issue By Thord D. Hedengren So, I have a confession to make: I messed up. Yep, it happens. You might recall that I, in the first letter (available here) talked about not waiting for the opportune moment. Just do it, get it out there, all that jazz. Well, I did, and then I figured out a much better way for things to work. So, hence today's bonus issue, due to technical difficulties, which also meant a productivity breakthrough for me in this particular project. The...

10 months ago • 1 min read

Consideringtoday #3 By Thord D. Hedengren It might seem petty, I know, but there’s not that many things that we can do to stick it to the tech giants spying on our every move. It’s not just when you’re on Facebook or Linkedin, it’s the way they follow you across the web, analyzing what you’re searching for, shopping, and what brings you where and when. There’s a shadow persona that’s sold for money, and it’s not even science fiction anymore. So, make it a habit of declining all cookies. Make...

10 months ago • 1 min read

Consideringtoday #2 By Thord D. Hedengren Say you’re working on something, maybe it’s a newsletter with tips and advice, or maybe it’s building a fence in your backyard. At first glance, it’s clear when you’re ready to press send, and to put your tools away. The newsletter is started on a service, there’s a sign-up page, and you’ve written the first issue. The fence is there, it’s covering the backyard as intended, and it isn’t falling over when you lean on it. This might be enough, you might...

10 months ago • 1 min read
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