Blog: Business & Life Ideas
A few months ago I decided to train for a half-marathon. This past weekend I ran the race. Here are some things that came out of the experience that I hope you’ll find worthwhile and applicable. Just replace "running" with "life-ing", "runners" with "humans", "the race" with "my day", etcetera.
A bit about voluntary simplicity, smart phones, and other stuff.
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Every marketing website should have quality photographs of the people involved. Nay, not just photos... Portraits! You may not have the resources to hire a professional portraitist, so here are some tips to do it yourself.
I consider testimonials to be among the absolute minimum content needs for a service-based business’s marketing website. Here is why, with tips on how to ask for and manage them yourself.
Years ago I read “Not Buying It: My Year Without Shopping” by Judith Levine, just for fun. Then, years later, I read it again (for even more fun!). It was an experiment I wanted to toy with sometime, if not fully take on.
Years ago I became interested in stacking rocks, like you see in motivational posters that say “BALANCE”. An idea came to me: what if I took found "normal" rock stacks and, using the same rocks, tried to create balances that are more dramatic?
A hummingbird helps fight a raging fire, a drop of water at a time. Remembering the moral of this story inspired me. Here’s what I did.
A profound personal resource reinforced by animated badasses.
Do you take appointments for your business? You need an online scheduler. Period. Here’s why.