What Does It Take to Be A Professional Blogger? Can You Choose Blogging as a Career?
A guide on how to blog yourself to a new life. It’ll take work but it’s really rewarding.
Doing my bit for Corona Brewing. Sales will change in the post Covid19 world. I think that will be a good thing.
One can argue that I’m doing all this stuff to keep my mind off what’s happening and I’d say you’re partially right.
Juggling Work Life Balance is hard!
Lately I’ve been reading Seneca as part of my exploration of Stoicism. There’s a lot of great things here and I recommend you check out the video and my notes below.
There’s always time for work, but never enough time for yourself or loved ones.
I would’ve never been here if I resigned myself to my fate back in 2007. Do what scares you, do what you love. Make your world sing.
If I’m not pushing myself out of my comfort zone or just plain learning ‘cool shit,’ I just get bored and cranky.
What it was like during Blogging version 1.0.
What life is like for a Traveling Sales Engineer.
Are you a Maker or a Taker? There are really two types of people in the world, those that create things and those that consume.
Writing. I have such a love hate relationship with it. I try to write things of interest to my readers but I’m struggling to reconcile what to write about it. So I focus on writing tips and the process. I love the process of writing so much that it gets in the way of actual writing sometimes.
In order to share with my readers, I have to write. In order to write, I have to sit my butt in a chair and start writing.
I’m going to preface this post by saying that lately I’ve been pretty emotional. I’m not sure why, but perhaps it has to do with the fact that in a few short years I’ll be a half century old. I’m starting to look around me and catch glimpses of my mortality in the rear view mirror. Oddly, it seems to be gaining on me every time I look.
For those that know me, I have a favorite saying. When I’m asked “how’re you doing?” I reply, “I’m living the dream.” Sometimes I get a chuckle, sometimes I get a sigh, and sometimes I get “Yah right, more like a nightmare.”
I’ve come to find that I can learn a lot about a person by how they answer this question.
I’ve been meaning to write about the importance humility and equanimity in sales. From my personal past observations, it seems these are attributes only a few sales people have.
What is humility and equanimity?
Humility is defined as:
“a modest or low view of one’s own importance; humbleness.”
Equanimity is defined as:
“mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation.”
The Monkey Brain Recently I was enlightened by a sales colleague about the concept of the Monkey brain.
Millennials have had enough with the deck stacked against them, so they’re bailing on their jobs and forging their own paths.
Sometimes you need down time.
How entrepreneurs are reinventing how children are educated and why this is important in a Post Covid19 world.
What is the role of parents in guiding their children in education but also how technology changes the game.
I explain the reasons why I’m making a pivot to this blog. Out with the old and in with the new.
Learn how to build and manage your digital profile for maximum career growth. Read 8 simple but powerful tips to get you started.
I hear the word “value” thrown around so often that I wonder if it has a real meaning anymore.
Learn the 6 key traits you must have to be a Sales Engineer.
What you have to say is important. sLearn how to make your message in whatever medium you use!
Learn the tips I used to communicate effectively in my professional life. Data Scientists must learn this critical skills to thrive and grow their careers.
Nothing but blue skies I see, and the grass on the side looks pretty green!
Merging Western science and Eastern Practice/Philosophies together.
Important passage from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay on “Self Reliance.”