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I’m taking January off (if you didn’t figure that out) but I wanted to say Happy New Year (late) and then suggest a rip-roarer from Adam Corolla. I almost fell out of bed the other night because I was laughing so hard. If you’re tired of the nasty airport dance and all the other pussifications [...]
As to the earlier post about rebuilding, I decided the other week that my expertise in bureaucracy and red tape needs to move to another square. I have no experience in the military but my uncle died @19 in non-war service, my grandfather was wounded in WWI, and my father served with dignity for 14 [...]
Notes for the new year:
Change morning routine completely. Feed the cat backwards. Delay the first coffee. Not check my bank balance before 8. Read the daily business digest and reflect on how it works into my future.
Choose and complete my fourth marathon. Maybe with Johnny Lassig?
Break PR of 3:58 and make it 3:43.
See Jamie Cullum [...]
Pandora. The great elixir of radio-dom. If this thing ever gets on your car radio, Sirius is toast. Siriusly.
I’m noticing that my Pandora station list is starting to look like a large Arkansas family with different teeth missing but still the same gene mapping. I have found that what Pandora purports to do — find [...]
Thanks to grasshopper for this inspiring piece. If you view this, you understand everything guys like me want to accomplish. It’s not about the money. It’s about the impact.
Great piece sent over by @bcbcbc today from the New York Times and Ben Stein on salespeople and their craft.
Agree all around.
Sales guys rule.
We’ve always known we’re in the catbird seat.
We suffer the pain for a company in wait. We live the crush of a never-ending sales cycle that basically ends on our funeral day [...]
I saw this in a daily report I get on the goings on in the digital world. Notice that it says AT&T is looking to extend… not the other way around. Big telco needs a friend. Isn’t it fuzzy and sad? I love the fact that Apple probably has EVERY major telco on their door [...]
A very good post on NPR today as to how we all got here. And you think they always go liberal…
David Beim, a former banker who is now a professor at the Columbia Business School, has something to say for people who want to pin this whole thing on the banks.
He has a [...]
This from Frank Lloyd Wright
Love = Virtue of the heart
Sincerity = Virtue of the mind
Courage = Virtue of the spirit
Decision = Virtue of the will
Think about it.
Jeff Jarvis has it going on. If you can muster more book ideas from the Hothead, then read on.« Previous Entries