If you’ve ever made pancakes, you know the rule: the first pancake always goes to the bin… Or to an impatient, hungry kid hanging around you. Or to a dog ;-)
I have no idea why, but the first pancake never looks good. It’s never round and it’s either burnt or undone.
The really interesting part is how we react to this weird rule of nature: everybody just kind of accepts that in order to make bunch of perfect pancakes, you need to screw the first one up.… Click to read more
(Jennifer graduated from Trailblazer back in 2012, and this month she celebrates her 5 years of self-employment – huge milestone! When we asked Jennifer to think about what she could have done better while blazing the trail, she immediately came up with one thing…)
You know when you start a journey and then years down the road look back and think about the beginning? That’s where I’m at right now.… Click to read more
I’m always curious about new ideas or angles, so yesterday I started reading one of these “Change your career” type of books. I won’t name the author or the title here as I don’t see the point in harming people.
Anyway, my jaw dropped way before the end of chapter 1.
It starts well – this lovely lady identifies 3 main reasons that push people to seek a career change: fulfillment, money and free time/well-being.… Click to read more