A perfect day in so cal. Beautiful. 80 degrees. Really great breeze. As Godzilla said, “This is the place.” At the end of the day, though, that end table just isn’t a stool…even if you put a cushion on it!
One of the great challenges in life is learning to say "no." I don’t mean when you’re 16 months old. That part of learning to say "no" comes easy to all of us. The "no" I mean comes much later.
Picked up a book from the stack over the weekend and could tell in the first few pages why I had ordered it. Competing for the Future, by Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad has been out a few years, (published
Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to be that perfectly. St. Francis de Sales
Some stories are very tough to read, hard to pick up. Others are a real page-turners, hard to put down. Yesterday I finished, Leaving Microsoft to Change the World: An Entrepreneur’s Odyssey to Educate the World’s Children, the story of
How much would someone have to pay you to quit your job? I guess it’s a question of whether you’re doing what you really dream of doing. After all…if you’re finally doing what you dream of doing, you WOULD have
Oh my! What an ending! Truly a storybook ending to this year’s American Idol:
Couple months back I posted on a new book, The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures. Been working my way through it. Great stuff. I’m going to be using the ideas in an upcoming e-book.
I thought this one said it all: Hugh MacLead is an acquired taste. His blog, gapingvoid, is a strange and fascinating collection of "cartoons drawn on the back of business cards" and occasional musings. Sometimes crude. Often puzzling. And every
Struggling to get things done on your most important projects? Maybe getting to the end of the month and realizing that you haven’t moved an inch down the field on the one thing that will make the greatest difference? Take