I was running south down Drayton Street, along Forsyth Park, on yet another high-heat, high-humidity day in Savannah. It seems like every time I've looked down at my phone's weather application the past two months, it says something on the
Chase Jarvis, photographer and founder of CreativeLive, interviews Godin. Here are some of the points I think are important.
"Hard work is just preparation for a lucky day," Sir Mix-a-Lot tells Chase Jarvis I was supposed to be unemployed today. Long story, but I went over it in the bonus material of Episode 11 of the podcast (bonus material
I was pretty smart four years ago when I asked, "how do you plan for success?" I'm dumber now, I guess, because I just read that piece and learned something from it. Maybe I'm not dumber. Maybe I just needed
I thought I'd do something a little different here and move the post to early in the week, since the podcast posts at the end of the week. I'm not really sure if I can keep up a new publishing
[credit] It occurs to me that you can't have good days without bad days. Running is front of mind for me, because I do it so often. Saturday, I ran what Runkeeper tells me was my 99th fastest 3-mile run.
I know we did a bunch on Joe Rogan's podcast with Mike Baker in the problem with US politics post last week, but there was another thing they touched on a for a while that I wanted to discuss. Around
You may have heard the name Walter O'Brien in your sitting-on-the-couch moments. It's the character played by Elyes Gabel in the CBS television drama "Scorpion." Also, he's a real dude. "Scorpion" is his nickname, and also the name of his
It occurs to me that the title of this post might sound like an encouragement to suicide. It's not. I promise. It's a call to quit sitting idle, waiting for your time to be up. This is the main focus
How did you feel when you learned David Bowie had stretched his last limit? When you learned Hunter Thompson had penned his last story? When you heard Tupac was out of rhymes? Jeff Buckley could give us no more love?