I have a 8 GB mini-iPod that I use for my mobile music listening needs.
For many months I didn’t update the music on there. However, last week I had a sudden urge to go through all my music and my iPod happened to be nearby. All said and done, I added 14 new albums to my iPod. Continue reading →
What would happen if Facebook would direct all Buzzfeed, Upworthy, et. al. headlines to boring 404 error pages. How is a consumer to survive the despair?
Luckily, they can offer to sell you a premium account which will allow you to click through to all the juicy content. Never be teased with another headline again, only to encounter disappointment at the end. Be the master of lists and surprising reasons. Free yourself to the gratification of seeing all the videos you will not believe. All for $10/month. Continue reading →
As Facebook continues to attract users and grow, improving their mobile capability becomes essential. Facebook allows you to create a page, whether it’s for a band or for a business, directly through their mobile app. Continue reading →
We all want results. Yet the passion for results is not what will drive us to achieve feats of greatness that surprise and astonish even ourselves. It comes from a dedication and a passion for the passion.
The amazing results we create are the combined output of all the little things we do prior. When we are driven to take action and followthrough with all the steps, the final product will begin to take shape. Without a passion for the process, we will stumble as we step, instead of confidently striding forward. And you can forget about any result. Continue reading →
There are a few things that separate the mediocre from the good, and the good from the excellent. Value delivered is a good indicator. How much value does your presence bring to those around you?
Whether you’re a business or just an individual, the value you delivers to other shapes their perception. The more value, the better the perception. It’s important to take all action from this perspective. Continue reading →
By now, many of us have figured out that we grow and progress the most when confronted with new experiences and sensations. The new experiences alter our perspective and help us center ourself for more sustainable growth. Knowing the importance, sometimes it’s still hard to be able to consistently create new experiences of ourselves.
Uber, the rapidly growing car service, has recently announced their latest one-day campaign for the holidays. I received an email earlier from Uber that announced that they will be delivering Christmas trees through their app to customers for $135. Here are 4 things that make this campaign so spectacular: Continue reading →
I am lazy about keeping my word. Whether it’s my tardiness or forgotten commitments, I have been flagrantly irresponsible many times at doing what I said I will do.
Sometimes it’s as ingrained as me lacking the empathy to understand how my flakiness affects the other person; while other times it’s as simple as me making careless promises without considering if I will expend full energy to keeping that promise. Continue reading →
It has been recently revealed by The Next Web that Facebook has altered its algorithm to help surface “better content.” However, in this case, better content simply means “most beneficial to Facebook.” Continue reading →
We constantly view our lives through a lens attuned to relative value. We have grown adept at navigating expectations which guide us in figuring our perceived worth among our peers and context. Many times, however, we forget how much power we have over these expectations that are set upon us. The realization comes from understanding the role that standards play in our lives. When we set higher standards, we increase our value. Continue reading →