About three months ago my friend Morgan Snyder sent me a copy of Phil Vischer‘s Me, Myself and Bob. It arrived in my mailbox at a time where I was facing many opportunities to charge the field in ministry, business and some personal pursuits like finishing my 1/2 done novel and start a book on connectors. Morgan… Read more about Authors Engaged Online: Phil Vischer
Disruption has always fascinated me. As a kid like many, I loved disaster movies. I think my favorite was The Towering Inferno, a horrible iconic 70’s movie about a skyscraper catching fire and of course loss of life, selfish human behavior and of course heroism. Wow, that movie really seems morbid now in the post… Read more about Disruption
Renently a friend shared an article on twitter from Fast Company that caught my attention. It covered Atari’s Founder Nolan Bushnell’s talk at Mindshare this past week. His main point was that we need to do analog things to keep our innovation alive. I have started to notice a pattern in my life in regards… Read more about Feed the innovator, connector, world changer
It was two years ago this upcoming fall that a mentor challenged me with the statement “you are not acting like an entrepreneur”. It really torqued me because I was still living in an employee mindset. At the time I was a consultant and early founding member of my current company but had not yet… Read more about Entrepreneur or Employee?