For those of us that are old enough to remember rotary phones and Columbia House music for a penny, we remember a time when everything was slower. Television news was on once or twice a day and the Sunday newspaper was thick enough to use as a step stool. Back then, it took a longContinue reading “The Twitter Reckoning”
I wrote two things today, so no Friday afternoon screed this week. Instead, enjoy this picture of Philly.
“Few men have virtue enough to withstand the highest bidder.” – George Washington I miss the old Medium.
Nearly every day, I open up Medium and look at the top stories of the day. And, nearly every day, at least one, often two, and sometimes all five, are essays focused on how to be more productive or a story about how to change your life, usually through leaving your current place of employment.
When someone learns that my books are self-published, they often sneer as if they don’t exist at all. Oh, so you’re not really published. Your books aren’t, like, real. No? If you type my name into the search bar at the top of the Amazon page, you’ll find a list of all eight of myContinue reading “Self-Publish Your Book in 2016”
I recognized the look immediately.
Overall, 2015 was probably my best year as a writer. A lot of great things happened.
I’m stoked that Halloween is on a Saturday this year.
I made two big mistakes today. Continue reading… Christopher Pierznik is the author of eight books, all of which can be purchased in paperback and Kindle. His work has appeared on XXL, Cuepoint, Business Insider, The Cauldron, and many more. He has been quoted on Buzzfeed and Deadspin. Subscribe to his monthly reading review newsletter orContinue reading “The Problem with Pursuing Perfection”