I was getting ready to post links to the last of Seth Godin’s Small is the New Big articles, when I stumbled upon an intriguing post on his blog:
Essentially, if you are reading this (or Godin’s, or for that matter, anyone’s) blog, and your work/interests […]
We are turned upside-down here at the moment, with the imminent move to a new world (anyone who has relocated between the Southeast and Western United States will appreciate my calling it a new world, and may insist I call it a new planet).
A couple of weeks ago, it occurred to me to start […]
Fred DeLuca began what was to become the billion-dollar Subway Incorporated company with $1,000 and a high school diploma. But that’s not today’s punchline.
Here’s the quote in an excellent Inc. Magazine interview that got my attention. DeLuca was busy hammering partitions and rolling used refrigerators into his first restaurant, when:
Somewhere in […]
I really, really enjoy living in Atlanta… although for the last year, we haven’t actually lived in Atlanta (and I confess I haven’t loved that nearly as much).
Still, the time may have arrived to move my little family and continually-evolving career/business back West.
With children, the task seems overwhelming.
The biz (my other child) […]
A new tool is available for managing projects, from SharedPlan. I’ve been on their mailing list for quite some time, and this is one of the few (out of the few I subscribe to) that sends out digestible amounts of useful information that I actually read.
Tracy at SharedPlan describes it this way:
One great way to start new projects: with a Big Fat List.
I recommend doing it on paper, rather than on your computer. It is really important to do this before you start entering your to-dos or milestones in your favorite program, before you start organizing. Consider devoting (at least) one entire spiral pad to […]
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