Your decision to silo your own podcast could be costing you success. Your audience is everywhere and you should be making efforts to reach out to as many people as possible even if you are not sure how they found you.

Before you run out and start a podcast, please consider what is motivating you. It is an ultracompetitive saturated medium that will challenge even the most patient creator. If you can set your expectations before starting, you might find the experience of creating a show to be a lot more satisfying.

Before you start blogging, you don’t need to think about writing or technology. Instead you should stay focused on how you can join or help build a community.

For some people cleaning is not fun. I happen to enjoy it a great deal, but while staying home for the last few weeks I merged my love for rolling dice and organizing to add a fun wrinkle to my daily cleaning.

When you look at your work, do you see yourself reflected back? If not, you might want to look more closely. Understanding our relationship with our accomplishments can give us both a sense of pride and a deeper understanding of why we work.

I have found it useful to look at Comparative Advantage when making decisions around resource allocation and management. It is a pretty simple concept to grasp and it might help you make more logical choices for your team, your company and yourself.