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There's something endlessly fascinating about stories of average humans doing epic things. Often it’s not what they’re doing that’s so alluring, but rather HOW they’re doing it.
If we all wake up with the same number of hours in the day, how is it that what we create, experience, and accomplish in a day, a month, or a year, can be so different?
On Art of Doing, we explore this question through interviews with kickass humans and the occasional Jam Session. Sometimes we geek out on the research and science behind how humans get things get done. Sometimes we get a little spiritual and explore the softer side of accomplishments. Sometimes we dig deep into routines and the practical steps that help us move us from point A to B. Often we talk about the mindset shift required to move beyond our BS toward a life really well lived.
If there’s one thing that’s certain, there is no one way of doing anything. In that spirit, Doing becomes an Art, and a damn interesting Art at that.
So, you’ve decided to become an entrepreneur? Congrats and welcome to the tribe. Whether you’re just getting started or you’re a few years into the startup, Hatch Tribe Founder, Hilary Johnson, has just the book for you.
Surviving the Startup imparts road-tested wisdom learned from Hilary’s own entrepreneurial journey. She will show you how to cultivate a business mindset, accomplish major goals, work efficiently, and navigate the inevitable ups and downs. She offers practical advice, along with a giant dose of encouragement, to help you tackle both the inner and the outer work of being the boss.
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