When people ask me, “What is a red thread?” I usually answer this way: a red thread is a story you tell yourself about why things happen the way they do.
Happy Fall, y’all! This week’s featured Swipefile is a fun one for Ian Fleming/James Bond fans, gardening fans, and/or… uh… poison fans.
“There’s a secret to creating change, and it’s this: that you, we—all of us—are smart, capable, and good.“
I’m back in the swing of things here at Find the Red Thread HQ (also known as my apartment in downtown Boston!), which means I’m also back in the swing of doing a more in-depth look at one Swipefile article this week, with some thoughts on how you could use the story in your own […]
Confession time: A huge part of why I created the Red Thread method in the first place was to solve a persistent problem of mine—I hate to write. More specifically, I hate staring at a blank page or screen.
It’s the last week of “practical” summer here in Boston, Massachusetts—the last week before the kids are back at school and generally everyone else is done with vacations. That also means it’s the last week (for now!) of the “summer” version of my newsletter, where I highlight three of this week’s best #swipefile features.
This was a particularly rich week for the #swipefile — especially for articles about how our brains work (or don’t!) in certain situations.
This week I’m continuing this mini-series of Recommended Reading, also known as “newsletter lite,” in recognition of the busy times that are the late summer
It’s August already?!
I’m back from a big move and my first big conference since the start of the pandemic, and I have to say: both have been simultaneously traumatic and rewarding.