Lol. So funny:
A blog is the “unedited voice of a person”:
The lack of editing is central, because it’s one person who’s responsible for every word. When you click the Publish button you should feel butterflies, at least sometimes, because there’s no one to pass the buck to. If someone else wrote the headline, or did a copy edit, or even reviewed what you wrote and critiqued it before it went out, it’s still writing, but it is not a blog.
My father has given me some great advice recently which is simply this:
Don’t make significant decisions when you’re sick.
The reasoning behind this principle is fairly self-evident (but not enough for me to have thought of it on my own!).
I love doing my meetings while walking – I’m burning a hole in the floor in our local offices here in Atlanta.
Last year, this month, I had just barely begun to grow and hire for our new code schools launching in Atlanta and Charleston. We had made a few offers and were putting the teams together as best as we possibly could.
I was obsessed with making sure that we were finding the right job for the rocket ship that I knew that we were putting together. Boy, did that thing take flight…
Write hard and clear about what hurts.
Hemingway once said that. I like that a lot.