Blog Link Bankruptcy

Lotsa bloggers been declaring “email bankruptcy” lately, deleting wholesale their inbox contents and publicly announcing that anyone with an important, recent email should just send it again. Cool idea. But it’s my blog bookmarks folder that’s outta hand. Call this is horrible, lazy blogging, but I’m doing it anyway. I’m declaring Blog Link Bankruptcy. Below… Continue reading Blog Link Bankruptcy

Twitter To Go

Twitter To Go: One Houston Coffee Shop Makes its Mark   Twitter To Go? When J.R. Cohen, Operations Manager for CoffeeGroundz (@coffeegroundz) Cafe in Houston, Texas first heard about Twitter from one of his customers, he was puzzled but intrigued. Today, he credits Twitter with almost doubling his clientele and with opening his eyes to… Continue reading Twitter To Go

Moving the Ball Forward

That’s all a quarterback is paid for.  Figuratively, each of us is also paid to move the ball forward, so we may as well learn how to think like a quarterback. Every time we don’t engage because “it’s not our job” we’re dropping the ball.  Every time we start a promising project but don’t follow… Continue reading Moving the Ball Forward

A Birthday Wish

6 Things that Could Make Investors Tell You No You keep making pitch after pitch to venture capitalists but nobody is offering your investment dollars. You are confident and you believe in your business concept but you just aren’t sure why others aren’t as excited as you are. The competition for venture capital dollars is… Continue reading A Birthday Wish

A Personal Branding Strategy to Stand Out From The Crowd

The traditional job-hunting approach advocated by human resources pundits (make a one-page résumé, don’t talk about personal stuff, make your experience look “broad” to appeal to many different industries, etc.) is basically flawed: by making your résumé look “standard”, and by rounding off the edges to try to be all things to all people, you… Continue reading A Personal Branding Strategy to Stand Out From The Crowd