Company reviews come with a negative connotation. There is this idea that it is the death march into the boss’s office to get told all the things you are doing wrong. My take on reviews is a lot different then the typical scene in an 80’s movie. It is not that it must be all … Continue reading Reviews
In the June 2018 issue of Men’s Health there is an article, “Fried” that is a great read. No, unfortunately not about fried food. It is about burnout at work. It talks about common things like unplugging from your phone and unfair compensation, but it also mentions less obvious ones like not having your job … Continue reading “Fried”
In a post a few months back, I wrote about patience being my word for the year. You can read it here to see what spurred it, but I have been working hard to keep the word in my mind. As you may or may not know I am a fairly active real estate investor. … Continue reading Patience: Real Estate
In the April 2018 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine Reid Hoffman, Cofounder of LinkedIn, is quoted describing entrepreneurs as being in a state of permanent beta. His description in two words describes a person that never is always innovating, tweaking, searching, and never settled. Entrepreneurship is a funny thing that can be difficult to explain to … Continue reading “Permanent Beta”
I am currently sitting in the back of my 1987 Vanagon as I wait for Lindsey to show up. I love working out of the vans, as you may have seen in a recent Instagram post. They are one of my happy places and have created so many great memories for our family. They … Continue reading Lessons Learned: 1987 VW Vanagon
Are you a Did? There is no way I could get this point across as eloquently as Shel Silverstein so please just enjoy! “Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda” By Shel Silverstein All the Woulda-Coulda-Shouldas Layin’ in the sun, Talkin’ ‘bout the things They woulda-coulda-shoulda done But those Woulda-Coulda-Shouldas All ran away and hid From the one little did Focus … Continue reading Are You a Did?
I was playing basketball yesterday morning and at one point in the game I missed a couple shots in a row and made the comment “I have no legs.” That saying is a very common thing to hear in a pick-up game of basketball but what is uncommon is a response. This Junior in high … Continue reading Use Your Legs