You have likely seen the video of the BBC interview where the guy being interviewed had his kids burst into the room. If you haven’t, got watch it now. It will only take a minute and it’s worth it. (Email readers can view it here: https://youtu.be/Mh4f9AYRCZY) One of the most interesting things about the video is… Continue reading When Toddlers Attack
Joe, Something I’ve been thinking about lately is the affect that our network of relationships might be having on our thinking and our point of view. Thanks to the internet and social web, information is being created and shared at a pace today that makes the head spin. The amount of content available for consumption… Continue reading Who is Shaping your Thinking?
Joe, Great question: How do we avoid jobs and companies that suck? It is heart breaking to me when I see talented people trudging away in jobs that either they don’t love or at companies where they don’t fit. And, as you hint at, in almost every situation when you talk to someone who is… Continue reading Avoiding Jobs (and Companies) that Suck
Joe, I think we both agree that social media is an awesome force for growing your influence, social capital and general connectedness in the world at large. It’s been a great tool for both of us professionally to learn and grow. These tools allow us to harness the power of having a large network of… Continue reading Got Besty?
I think that Jason is several miles away today participating in the annual Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa. (Ride like the wind brother, and drink lots of water!) Since he is away, it seems appropriate for me to run my mouth a little. Anarchy. I know. It throws people off a little bit. … Continue reading Why Anarchy?