Can’t You Just Say What the ‘Content’ Is?


(guildbot) #1

Drew thinks “content” is a dirty word. Joe thinks giving two hours every week to pondering questions seems like a whole lot of time. Also, more conversation on space for silence.
Show notes:
If you ever hear me use the phrase “create content” without sarcasm please know you have my full permission to cut me down where I stand. (https://twitter.com/DrewCoffman/status/902340093205028865)
Joshua Ginter (https://twitter.com/joshuaginter)
Joshua’s travel logs (https://www.joshuaginter.com/stories/)
[The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck]{http://amzn.to/2wQJ2Zh)
Bookworm (https://bookworm.fm)
Theoretical Accountability - Make The Bad Guy Relatable](http://theoreticalaccountability.fm/15)
The Artisan Soul (http://amzn.to/2wQCOsr)
The 2 Hour Rule: The Genius of Einstein, Darwin, and Nietzsche Applied (https://medium.com/personal-growth/the-2-hour-rule-the-genius-of-einstein-darwin-and-nietzsche-applied-b276acce84c)
The 2-Minute Rule (http://jamesclear.com/how-to-stop-procrastinating)
Why You Need “White Space” in Your Daily Routine (http://jkglei.com/white-space/)

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(Justin DiRose) #2

@drewcoffman If I’m understanding it correctly, the discourse at the end of this episode about filling every moment of time and not giving space to think is totally what I was talking about in my Twitter DM to you a while back. For me, not giving this space to think causes me to feel overwhelmed and stressed. But I’m totally with you – I have a bent for the same.