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
A month ago, I did a post about collaboration and Fawn Morgan, the owner of Office Help Center, responded with the quote “Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe” by one of her team members, Serena Grimes. I loved the quote and asked if I could steal it for a post. It would be easy to write … Continue reading Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe
Over the last few weeks I have been involved with two trade shows standing on both sides of the table. The first one was Magic in Las Vegas for http://www.lindseymoceri.com. A trade show of that size was new to me. We were going from booth to booth looking for new lines for Lindsey to carry … Continue reading Trade Shows
Today a young man walked into my office filled out an application to be a laborer/carpenter assistant and asked if there was someone around he could talk to. I happened to be available, so I interviewed him on the spot. It was a good interview, more of a discussion than an interrogation with a … Continue reading The Successful Interview