Today I actually ended up getting up early. Problem is, I’m a day behind on the week’s work. One of the big downsides to being a one-man marketing department is you get no days off. I mean I can “take” a day off, but unless I planned ahead, those social posts aren’t going out without… Read More »September Sixth
I feel like I have heard of this practice elsewhere on the web, but perhaps not. I’m going to experiment with blogging my daily work, of a work and a personal nature, to attempt to hold myself accountable to get (even) more done each day. Completing my daily tasks for work generally takes 9 to… Read More »Blogging for Productivity
This is a post inviting you to join my team for this summer’s Whole Life Challenge. It starts July 2nd and runs through Aug. 12th. What is it? It’s a team effort that is a commitment to a few basic healthy habits for about 6 weeks that improve your health. This graphic is a super-basic… Read More »Let’s get our fit together.
Hey kid, I barely have the time to write this. You just graduated VPK and are starting kindergarten in a couple of months. You’re so smart and learning so much every day. You’re in the phase of asking Google to play songs for you all the time. Friend Like Me by Will Smith Pressure from… Read More »Dear Charlie 7
Sometimes it helps to say things out loud, even to yourself, so you hear them and start to listen to yourself. My life and job and parenting take up a tremendous amount of my time. And my quest to lose weight takes up even more of the shreds that are left. But I have so… Read More »I’m going to keep podcasting
Neighborliness by David Docusen 12 Months to $1 Million by Ryan Daniel Moran Marketing Made Simple by Donald Miller Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman Ready Fire Aim, Philip Floor Terraform by Propaganda The Office: The Untold Story by Andy Greene Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero Necessary Endings by Dr. Henry Cloud Strong… Read More »2022 Reading List