I’m sharing this because it made me laugh:
These are some fantastic pics:
My view one morning:
This was a dream of mine, at one point, but, the reality is that I’m not that amazing at video games and broadcasting while playing isn’t something that I’m interested in.
But, there was a time when I thought being in the video game industry full-time would be where I’d eventually end up and where I thought I’d be the most happy.
After having built a ton of software and a number of different startups I know better than ever that things take much, much longer than you originally hope and plan.
I’ve said this phrase so many times in my life (and shared it with others) that I’m shocked that I haven’t actually every written it down here on my blog.
Well, today’s the day I suppose.
It is okay to have a mission and/or vision statement that you and your organization never quite fulfill?
Know thyself… as Socrates once famously said, is one of the more important tasks and exercises that we can undergo as people (and professionals).
In fact, Socrates said that we make ourselves appear ridiculous when we try to understand things before we know ourselves first and that understanding our own natures and behaviors has a greater result and yield if we spent time investing in it.