Last updated: December 1st 2020
Currently, I’m safely self-quarantined with my family in Chicagoland. I’m grateful to work in e-commerce, an industry least disrupted by The Bad Thing™. We were already a mostly remote team, so our work has been able to continue largely uninterrupted.
To protect my time, I’m currently saying no to most interviews and panels, all online summits, and all unpaid speaking engagements. There is no set date to when I will start adding these things back into my schedule. It is a profound honor to be in such high demand, but as a small creative business, I need large swaths of time to focus and get into the deep work of creation. As a result, I am fiercely protective of my schedule.
I know you can figure out my email address easily, but to protect my time I’d strongly prefer that…
To defend my inbox, we mark most cold outreach efforts and all involuntary newsletter sign-ups as spam.
If you send us a message, I promise we’ll read it, but I may pass due to high demand for my time.
P.S.: If you’re looking for some quarantainment, my wife and I celebrated May the Fourth with a Star Wars themed dinner. Naturally, I documented this in a four-minute YouTube video.
1 This is a now page, and if you have your own site, you should make one, too.↩
2 Have your own podcast? Check out my pro gear guide. ↩
3 In general, I expect to be paid to speak. I will sometimes waive my fee for non-profit, community events if I am the opening keynote. At a minimum, I need my travel & hotel accommodation covered. [Press info]↩
4 I have not accepted an app demo offer in the last three years. To get your app in front of me, trying give it free to one of my clients instead.↩