… have five things to do, all written, that require creating, editing, and/or coaching on.

To me, that’s the making of a perfect workday. Alone in my office, just cranking stuff out on a keyboard.

Fortunately, I really like fooling with words. I can’t imagine what a grind it would be – even if I were good at it – if I hated every minute.

Being good at what you do is important. But good or not, if you don’t like it, you may be selling the wrong thing.