A look back on 2011 in my life

While I try to make sure that I build in some personal experience with my morale and motivational posts that I write, I rarely take a moment to just let you guys know what’s going on in my own life. As is common this time of year, there’s been a lot of “year in review”…

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Product Review: Moo Cards

I’ll be giving some more freebies away in the next few days, go Like the Facebook Page to find out when! This is pretty much my face right now. I just got my Moo cards. Yeah, “moo cards”. As in, what a cow says. Congratulations, you’ve seen Sesame Street. I’ve long been a fan of the company…

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Getting to WIN: Discovering your dream and going after it.

Lots of people are out of work right now. According to most polls, and depending on the area in which you live in, around 9% or more. People are gathering in Wall Street and politicians are ensuring that a jobs plan of some sort are integral to their campaigns. It's no secret: jobs are scarce.…

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The wonderful problem of having too much work.

Full disclosure, this blog post comes as a result of reading Paul Down's article on the same subject this morning. While he tells about how he specifically will deal with it at his shop, I'll attempt to give a more generic approach to how to handle this sort of problem. One day several years ago,…

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The best advice Steve Jobs ever gave Larry Page

In a short clip on 60minutesovertime.com, Steve Jobs, initially miffed at Larry Page and Google for "ripping-off" his iPhone with their Android Operating System, decided that since he'd been mentored by other great tech industry pioneers like Hewlett and Packard, he would give Google's CEO some advice of his own. Arguably, it's the best he's…

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