Michael Pietrzak

Michael Pietrzak
Michael Pietrzak is the founder of So You Want to Write? Inc., which helps writers improve their writing and get published. He’s passionate about personal development, CrossFit, and playing guitar.

Unlearning Logic and Mastering the Non Logical Arts

Mastering the Non-Logical Arts

By Michael Pietrzak | May 21, 2019

Logic is one of humanity’s greatest assets, but we function better when we also lean on the non-logical gifts we’ve been given. Have faith, and you’ll see.

The 5 Biggest Challenges in the YouEconomy

The 5 Biggest Challenges in the YouEconomy and How to Face Them

By Michael Pietrzak | April 18, 2019

The greatest barrier to finding your foothold in the promised land of being your own boss is nothing external; it’s you.

The Ultimate Guide to Habits

The Ultimate Guide to Bulletproof Habits

By Michael Pietrzak | April 8, 2019

What we do each day, in each moment, creates our lives. Get everything you want in life by putting habits to work for you.

Bulletproof Morning Routine

How to Create a Bulletproof Morning Routine

By Michael Pietrzak | February 18, 2019

Benefit from my 7-year-long experiment with early morning adventures.

How to Find Your Love Match

How to Find Your Love Match

By Michael Pietrzak | February 13, 2019

Looking for a great relationship? Here are a few simple ways to find something real.

Breaking Smartphone Addiction

12 Steps to Breaking Smartphone Addiction

By Michael Pietrzak | January 11, 2019

Are you using your smartphone, or is it using you?

How to Feel Good (Almost) All the Time

By Michael Pietrzak | May 4, 2018

Why chasing some far-off happiness is madness

Work Less. Do More.

By Michael Pietrzak | March 26, 2018

Want to be more productive? Throttle back to 90 or even 75% effort.

howjournalingbyhandchangedmylife

How Journaling by Hand Changed My Life

By Michael Pietrzak | December 11, 2017

Plus, 5 ways to make scribbling a habit

What Halloween Can Teach Us About Tradition

By Michael Pietrzak | October 31, 2017

Why do we celebrate a holiday that has nothing to do with its origins?