I recently signed up for Dickie Bush and Nicolas Cole’s cohort-based course, Ship 30 for 30. Here are a few reasons why.
I want to shift from being a consumer to being a producer
I’m always looking for content to consume that makes me a better person at the things I do.
If there is a skill I want to learn or a topic I want to learn more about, I seek out content on that topic and inhale it.
I think there is a balance where you produce as much as you consume and I want to achieve that balance
Everyone should produce as much as they consume and that is one of my reason for joining the Ship 30 for 30 program.
I need to establish a daily discipline of content creation
To do our best work we need a system to follow with simple steps that are repeatable.
The structure and approach to writing starting today will help me develop a new habit of production that will serve me well in the future
Having structure and discipline around creation is something I’m looking forward to establishing in my daily routine
I want to leverage this new skill to produce content in other types of media
The essays that I write daily can help me work on thoughts and ideas I have that want to further develop. Once an essay is done, it can be repurposed into a podcast by recording it, into a video with some cool photography, or a digital product that can be distributed to others through the internet.
Over the next 30 days, I plan on writing about starting a business at age 50, executive search and recruiting, personal development, and my life experiences.
Join me on this adventure—and let me know if you have any questions along the way!
I’m excited to start sharing what I know online.