Adding your Bookmark (Favorite) Icon to your LeadPages Page

A couple of months ago, my company signed up for LeadPages to help with some web-based marketing initiatives.  This is a fantastic tool. If you are not familiar with LeadPages, think of it as a set of customizable webpages to help you build marketing funnels.  They provide a ton of templates that help you setup […]

There is no try…only do

Find an object on your desk. Now, try to move it. Thanks.  Did it move?  If so, you failed.  You moved it.  You didn’t just try to move it.  You actually moved it. Stop trying. Get out there and make something happen.  

Setting Goals (is hard)

When I was younger, goal-setting was easy.  I wanted to beat that video game.  I wanted to letter in that sport.  I wanted to date that girl.  I wanted to buy a car.  Graduate.  Go to college.  Graduate again.  Get a job.  Buy a nicer car.  Get married.  Buy a house.  Have kids. At some […]

It’s ALL an Experiment

Seth Godin talks about breaking things.  No, I don’t mean physical things – Seth doesn’t strike me as a guy who goes around destroying stuff.  He’s talking about systems, processes, ideas, status quos, and other ideas that need to be broken.  There is no need for sacred cows.  Sacred cows maintain the status quo.  If […]

I <3 Notepad++

Throughout my career, I have run many developers who are die-hard fans of one application or another. When I first started, I became an emacs fanatic!  I mean, as my power user skills increased, there were so many amazing tricks I could make the software do!  So, as I learned it better, it became a […]

Casting Call – Now Auditioning…Programmers???

Auditioning.  Isn’t that reserved for performance-oriented jobs?  For people who sing, dance, and act!?  Then again, I suppose I have been in meetings before when I’ve been expected to perform. Let me ask you this, is your job performance-based?  Are you expected to hit certain objectives and milestones!?  How are you evaluated (or…how do you […]

Getting More Done – Part 4

Before my last post on this topic even went live, the other two freelancers returned their work. Task #2 – Develop Box Shot and Cover Graphics For this task, I wanted a “virtual box” of our software application developed.  There is software that does this, but I didn’t want to buy something that I might […]

The Benefits (?) of being a Lemming…

What does your day look like?  What does it really look like?  Do you make many choices?  Do you make any choices? Growing up, I had friends that always ate the exact same thing for breakfast.  Really!?  Yuck!  After two weeks of eating virtually anything I don’t want it again for a YEAR (or more)!  […]

Cruise Control

Fifteen years ago, I bought a new vehicle.  I didn’t splurge on all the options packages, but I bought something that I thought would serve me well for the years to come.  (I probably didn’t do too bad as that is still my main vehicle today.)  The truck was great.  I felt mighty on the […]

Getting More Done Part 3

The app development project was not moving in a direction that I was comfortable with.  This was a slightly complex project, and I didn’t want to commit nearly $300 to my first, outsourcing endeavor.  However, last week, I had three smaller jobs that I could easily outsource and manage.  And, as small as they were, […]

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