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Monthly Archives: June 2014

You know what’s cool about growing up? We don’t really have to know what we want to be when we grow up. We get that question a lot when we’re young and the answer for me was always superhero related. (And kinda still is) But the truth is you don’t have to know exactly what […]

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Jen and I are currently binge watching Friday Night Lights. Before this we were hooked on Breaking Bad. Shows like these make me think about what makes the show binge watchable. What is it about these shows that make it easy to keep coming back for more. There are several things that go into making […]

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Last night, I scrolled past this post from Jon Acuff on Facebook. It made me stop and think for a minute. The cool table never goes away does it? Even when you’re a part of it, it’s still there. Even when you’re grown, it’s still there. The cool table forces smallness on the outsiders and […]

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My friend Chris Scott wrote a post last week on the Salesographer blog about how ridiculous it is to share your list of expenses to justify your price. For example, “I charge $X because my insurance+gear+website costs $XYZ.” Chris called bullshit. I do too. I’d like to take it a step further though. Jen and […]

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I started reading Rory Vaden’s book Take The Stairs today. It’s a book about success and self-discipline. Within the first few pages I already wanted to turn it off (listening on audio) because he was talking to me. My first instinct has always been to look for an easier way. A shortcut. In school, I’d […]

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