I’m sorry. I should have warned you; I am taking a hiatus from writing. I am not sure how long this sabbatical will last, but I can tell you, at some point, I will return. In the meantime, enjoy reading a couple years worth of content. The purpose of my hiatus is two-fold: I wantContinue reading “Hiatus”

Lessons from Blackberry

It’s possible you may have already forgot who Blackberry was. Remember the phone giant after Nokia, but before the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, etc. Anywho, they’ve experienced quite a downfall. These are some lessons you can learn from their fall: Don’t coast on past accomplishments. That is, keep improving. Have 1 leader, not 2. Be carefulContinue reading “Lessons from Blackberry”

Follow the Signs; Exits Have Been Changed

The title of this post comes from a traffic sign I saw this weekend. In many ways, it sums up my thoughts this past week. What I mean is that everyone has to exit this world. It’s not optional. Most of us think we know when we’ll exit, say at the age of 85 orContinue reading “Follow the Signs; Exits Have Been Changed”

Young and Rich

Two kids started businesses, one boy, one girl. The girl, Sophia Amoruso, started in 2006, selling vintage women’s clothing on eBay. She was a 22-year-old community college dropout at the time, working for $13/hour at a dead end job. This eBay deal was a side project. Fast forward to 2012, and her business sold nearlyContinue reading “Young and Rich”

3 Weeks

It’s been almost three weeks since my last post here. In the meantime, we’ve added a new member to our family, Myla Amore, our second daughter. You can see her and her sister Sevaeh Vashti below. If you remember my last post, I talked about kicking bad habits and starting new ones. I was doingContinue reading “3 Weeks”