Let’s talk about something that may sound non-intuitive when it comes to achieving your entrepreneurial dreams.
It’s a line of thought that many of the twenty-something “gurus” touting their greatness on social media today would push back on. It’s a way of approaching the whole concept of work-life balance with some unique potential to optimize the use of your present resources while constructing a nice launch pad for future success while also maintaining your present way of life in the meantime.
What is it?
When I was a young man, I considered success to consist of fame, fortune, and other materialistic endeavors.
In reaching a milestone in age this year…
The Stand (Anchor, Reprint edition August 7, 2012)
I’m finally wrapping up the The Stand by Stephen King.
And, one thing to mention before we proceed… There are some spoiler alerts for some of the content interspersed below.
The Stand is truly a magnificent novel…
For many people, job hunting can be a daunting task. This is especially true when you’re down to your last savings, and in urgent need of some great work.
While writing this post, I’m on the couch sipping on some delicious Starbucks Pike Place Coffee courtesy of my apartment’s single cup touch screen coffee machine. I’ve tried all variations of Starbucks coffee…
We spend a lot of time sitting near a screen: mindlessly watching shows, movies, playing video games, or with e-readers, reading novels of questionable quality – all things generally thought of as entertainment.
Where were you ten years ago. What were you doing at that time in your life? What were your skills, beliefs, and mindset? Did you some mistakes back then?
Would you make those same mistakes today?
This past Saturday, my friend asked me to go with her to a massive electronics store…
My dad is one of the most important people in my life.
I’ve been thinking about him a lot lately. He is one out of a handful of people who have always been there for me.
A friend told me that I’m not a good listener.
“What?!,” I said, when I first heard it. Or, semi-heard it. “That can’t be true…”