Last night I was in bed with Matthew, and I was reading The Week, which I totally love because it’s like a summary of every idea that has been posed by mainstream media for the last seven days.
Did you notice there is a person in hiding on the Quistic team page? He won’t let me show you his picture or give you his real name because he’s scared people will find out he works for an American company and they will come to his house to take his money.
This is an excerpt from an article I wrote for More magazine titled, Could Your Boss Have Asperger?. I was thinking that the article is so good and someone should give me a book deal from it.
While Generation X did not give a crap about building corporate America, Generation Y defined its own paths through corporate life, all largely non-linear, family-centric, and gold-star focused.
I took my eleven-year-old son to Colorado for a paleontology adventure. Digging up shards of tibia bone with a toothbrush is so not what I want to do with my time, but I want to support my son in finding his passion, and he is enthralled with paleontology.
I am the poster-child for the saying “You have to spend money to make money”. I make a lot of money but I spend most of it on people who help me to do things so I can keep making money.
I have tons of debt after launching four companies. There has never been a launch that didn’t mess up my personal finances.
I am in the car about forty hours a week. I hired a driver. She won’t drive all they times I have to drive.
After a long break from new courses, Melissa and I are doing a course on how to start freelancing. This is especially timely because over the last six months while I have been rejiggering my online courses Melissa has launched a freelance business.
One of my favorite twitter feeds is GSElevator. It’s stuff people overhear in the Goldman Sachs elevator, and most of it features bad behavior that confirms it was better for me to marry a farmer than the bankers I dated before him.
My personal hygiene is holding back the growth of my startup. This month I am teaching a course: Get the Guts to Start Freelancing.
Here’s the problem men have today: They understand how bad it feels to be raised by a dad who is never around.
This is a guest post by Cassie Boorn. She works with me at Quistic. That’s a photo of Cassie and her son.
This year I finally admitted I’m not the climb-my-way-to-the-top type I was when I first started writing.
Each of us is only as effective as the questions we ask. So understanding the process of asking good questions is essential to our success.
You know authenticity is how you connect with people, but it’s hard to know how to gain authenticity.