I have really been meditating on this post since I first read it just a week or so ago and there have been more than a handful of you who have also commented (or tweeted) or pinged me privately asking for more additional thoughts on how to best go about taking those words to heart.
I don’t have any super-useful pieces of advice, but, I have been thinking about what to do with what I’ve read in my own life and it’s been more clear to me that reconsidering how I use my time is… well… it’s about time to reconsider how I use it.
Continue reading “Hone a Useful Craft”
In the last meeting of the day last Friday I sat with a friend in a local coffee shop grabbing a late lunch / early-dinner and finding only a few words to share in between bites.
We were tired, no words necessary.
Continue reading “Not So Glamorous”
An interesting post on the possibility that quitting social media might save your job (and your much larger career):
Continue reading “Quit Social Media (For The Sake of Your Career)”
Just a few tweets with pictures of the day:
Continue reading “Thankful, 2016”
Sometimes the most important thing that you can do is simply make a commitment to a new path or perspective and then start walking.
And most of the time you have very little information about why you’ve made the commitment other than a gut-level feeling that you should. These aren’t the trusty, data-driven decisions that we all want and are more comfortable with; they are ones related to the heart, the soul, and the spirit.
Continue reading “The Power of Committing”
I can remember saying that to some peers during college after I had made up my mind to pursue an “alternative” degree plan instead of the more obvious Computer Science one.
But, it was a bit of a fib because I had had my mind made up for me since I failed out of CS – I didn’t have much of a choice at that point in time.
Continue reading “At Least I Tried…?”
This is neat, a partnership between Hour of Code and Disney: Wayfinding with Code.
I always appreciate attempts to help others learn the basics of software programming and finding contextually relevant ways to do it.
Continue reading “Wayfinding with Code”