I don't make a whole lot of money. My business is small and we are in a growth process, so the majority of profit go's toward the company. Plus, we are restructuring from a mom and pop business to an actual, living, breathing company. More in later posts. Anyway... The money I do have, I … Continue reading Lithium-Ion Please!
Fred Wilson had a post that spoke to me this morning. Creating a public record is kinda what I'm going for with this blog. With that in mind, it can be hard for me to find my honest voice sometimes. Therefore, another part of this blog experiment is to be myself and not let my … Continue reading Creating My Public Record
Thanks to this video posted by The Reformed Broker I have discovered Father John Misty. https://youtu.be/cIsT3dJ60Uk And I call myself a music fan?! I'm ashamed and embarrassed he slipped past me for this long. I wasn't paying attention. Equally annoying is the fact that Spotify has been recommending his music for months. Awareness is a virtue. Where … Continue reading Pay Attention!
This chart terrifies me as a business owner... I often wonder if banning phones in the workplace is a good move. I understand the reasons why people would start mobilizing a mutiny if this was to actually be floated. However... This is not going to get any better. Productivity in this country will continue … Continue reading Please Put The Phone Down
Turning away work kills me. However, I have learned over the years that being honest with customers up front saves both parties immense problems in the end. This concept took me a long time to realize, and making a habit of it is something I have only recently seen the benefits of. K & E … Continue reading I’m Sorry, Just Take It.
Maybe it's just me, but does everyone have a blog post with this title? I was using Squarespace for a few weeks, but it's just not what I wanted it to be. I use the service for my company website and it's great! However, the blog platform just feels wrong. Granted, I'm still getting my … Continue reading Moving to WordPress
The shop is slow this time of year, which makes the days longer. We are reorganizing much of how the company runs this year, which means a lot of office catch up, due diligence and working to make sure that next year these lulls are shallower than previous. Days like this drain me faster than … Continue reading Long Summer Days…