I turn 37-years old today. I have always been in love with quotes and have committed many to memory over my 3 1/2 decades of living, including the eternal truths of Scripture. May you be inspired, encouraged, entertained, and challenged as I am with these quotes. Here's to another
Built on stoicism, biblical truths, and historical wisdom, this formula outlines my approach to improving myself every day. It can be easily applied by anyone to achieve a better version of themselves than yesterday.
I hate the term "newsletter". It's actually quite inappropriately named. Who wants to read or watch the news these days? It's that term "news", implying some douche (or collection of douches) are mindlessly ranting or repeating the prompters bidding on cable television. I already read the
Low note struck. 9 second lingering. Pause. Rhythmic Guitar riff played 2x. Light percussion enter, lyrics kick off... Oppression, you prey on us when we sleep. Drums align and guitar, bass, percussion, lyrics take you off on this moody journey. Oppression, you chase after the tired the poor the weak.
Today, Facebook announced they have rolled out a new product "Marketplace" with the tagline of "Buy and Sell With Your Local Community". This isn't an entirely new thing, as Wired wrote: As many as 450 million people already use Facebook Groups as a community bazaar. Last
Fact: Two out of every three startups pivot drastically from their original idea. And many others fail. If you ask most great startup founders, they probably had no idea what they were building would become as big as it did. And as the opening statement says, they likely shifted from
Airbnb is valued at $25.5 Billion according to WSJ's Stock Tracker. That means the startup unicorn is more valuable then Marriott and Hilton. Airbnb has an awesome product (I'm writing this from an Airbnb in Oakland, CA, right now). I've recently read a few articles that shed some light
Russell Allen Phillips, or Phil as his friends called him, was a B-24 pilot in the U.S. Army during World War 2. Phil is first from the left The distinguishing characteristic about Phil was his height. Some of the men called him "Sandblaster" because, said one pilot,
No, this is not a missive on the teeny bop dystopian novel turned film series. Although I could do that because I've read all the books (ugh, that ending). No, this is about how people think and behave, more specifically actually, about how I think and behave. Last October I
I was having a conversation the other day with a friend who brought to my attention how some of my feedback to people was being received as negative, hurtful, or the like. It got me thinking, about how I give feedback. In all honesty, I thought I was really good