Yesterday was a really good day on paper. Now how do I convince my mind this is also the case? I’m starting an informal logbook to recap my days and gain perspective. Inspired by one of the first books I read as part of Seth Godin’s altMBA22. I won’t post every single one of these but since… Read More My first logbook
It still feels weird to think of ourselves this way. We’re the online generation all grown up. Well, sort of. We still like to go out and party. We don’t own cars. We like to bike. We zoom around on electric skateboards. We work hard. We start businesses or side hustles. We spend ~10 hours… Read More Adult.
Growing up, my dad used to say to me, “it’s much more fun to go to a party then it is to host one.” Bear in mind, he said this to me while I spent an entire day cleaning our house after I threw a rager back in high school. Now, I do agree with… Read More On Hosting — Do it.
What a dangerously ambiguous title, I know. Today, I had the nostalgic experience of looking through a batch of my headshots that were taken for a website I’m supposed to be listed on (no, it’s not Forbes). I thought about yearbook day as I panned through 18 photos of myself. Each one slightly different than the… Read More Headshots.
I’ve always considered myself a creative person. I’ve always had an unrelenting desire to create something that people will use. Something that I can stamp my name on and pridefully share it with the world. I have an endless amount of ideas. For businesses. For clothing. For poems. For movies. I even have a long backlog of… Read More Storytelling in 2018.