I’m convinced that having a publishing pattern isn’t that important. “Hey, I really like how you post this kind of content every other Tuesday at 9 am, because, coincidentally, that’s when I’m more likely to see it.”

I met Rich Hebron because I made an Instagram post about Steven Pressfield’s book The War of Art. Not because it was made on a Tuesday at 9 am. We met because we both have a drive to be a part of the conversation.

Rich Hebron is a generous human being whose mission is to have meaningful conversations about the world and its people. I’m flattered to have been picked to join him on his podcast.

This is a conversation about intention as the antidote to distraction. You can join us by clicking here.


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