Saying Yes to NO

taking too much on makes you work less efficiently

The Heart Nos I vividly remember my first big NO, professionally speaking. I’d been successfully and quickly climbing the corporate ladder at a Fortune 500 company. A corporate take-over ensued, and a nonsensical re-organization was initiated by our new parent company. After a sterling couple years of great reviews, excelling at my job, blowing sales … Keep Readin’

ADA Compliance and You

ADA logo - Americans with Disabilities

The More You Know A few weeks back I got a call from a confused compatriot: “One of my clients just got a warning letter that their website isn’t ADA compliant, and they have to fix it before they get sued. Know anything about this?” Who knew?¬†was my first thought, followed quickly by a cascade … Keep Readin’

Transformation

So, here’s a thing about me: I don’t really have my own story to tell. I’ve traveled, played in bands, befriended hundreds, rich and poor, and animals and very old trees; I have obtained equal enjoyment from taco trucks and Michelin starred restaurant food, I have loved good company and alone-ness in great metropoles and … Keep Readin’

Just show up. The end.

I never really used to understand it when people told me they were impressed with my performance just because I’d show up to a meeting on time or hit a deadline. See, I’m not 100% consistent on hitting deadlines. When you’re in development and working on projects with clients, sometimes there are delays. Sometimes it’s … Keep Readin’