Motivation and inspiration are fickle and tricky things. They are fleeting and temporal things that come when we don’t want them and are gone when we do. So how do you maintain them? How do you make them work for you, instead of against you?
This week’s email is something a little different. I had originally answered this question for you, dear reader, and had everything scheduled to send out today. But along came another opportunity to share this bit if insight to a much wider audience!
A friend of mine, Cory House, has put together a course on PluralSight.com on how to become an “Outlier Developer”. The basic idea of the course is to show you how to become a better developer, more well known and be someone that stands out in the crowded market space. Along with the course, he has put together a website called OutlierDeveloper.com and I was lucky enough to be able to contribute this article on motivation and inspiration to the site!
So check out the article on OutlierDeveloper and also check out Cory’s course on PluralSight.com if you’re a subscriber, there.
How do you stay motivated and inspired? A brief discussion on the difference between motivation, inspiration, and how we can take advantage of these fleeting and sometimes troubling things.