If you're like me, you probably can't do urgent tasks effectively knowing that there are high-impact / high-value items you should be working on.
Pause to think about why you're doing what you're doing today. Past and present circumstances and the choices you made led to the place you stand today. Five years from now, each of us will have had some level of success. Things will evolve, and some opportunities will present themselves (while others won't). At that… Continue reading Pausing To Reflect
Yesterday I was reminded of a timeless life lesson. It was the first day in about a year (that's how long it's been since we moved to Columbus from Orlando) that I've gotten out for some intense aerobic exercise.
Why we decided to sell our first home after owning it for a year and a half.
If you keep your ear to the ground in the tech industry, you'll hear tech moguls talk about hiring people who do not have a college degree—essentially, hiring based on merit rather than education. That's what I want for my kids.