Get On With It

Writing and drawings about work, family and the stuff in-between

Tag: craftsmanship

  • When consistency can hurt you

    When consistency can hurt you

    I’ve always struggled with the need to be consistent. What I write needs to be a certain length or it isn’t consistent, the art I publish needs to all have a certain effect or it isn’t consistent, and even what I read or learn about should be related to what I know or else I’m […]

  • Don’t just do work, make waves 🌊

    Don’t just do work, make waves 🌊

    How do you know whether you are doing the right work or whether it’s time to move on? For me, it boils down to saying yes to the following three questions. Is my work allowing me to have the life I want to have? Am I discovering new things I really like thinking about every […]

  • Your work can’t be measured by a number

    Your work can’t be measured by a number

    A friendly PSA not to get caught up in chasing numbers, targets, or otherwise thinking that just because something can be measured that it matters.