It caught me off guard during a recent conversation with a friend, So you’ve always worked for yourself? Having reformatted my professional story following the advice of Cindy Pain, a remarkable career coach, I didn’t realize how much my professional story now very much resembled an iceberg. Seemingly giant on the top but more than half of its true size hidden. Following the statement, I found…
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Another year for the history books. October marks the end of my twenty-eighth year. Each year I enjoy the opportunity to pause and look back at the year that was and think about what has happened. Twenty-eighth was an eventful and challenging year that required me to practice the art of resilience and take on new responsibilities. Like any good year should be, it featured moderate…
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I’ve been an Evernote guy for years. I’ve used the service to store a variety of content including workout routines, articles I’ve read, and even draft blog posts. It’s my go to for digital note taking. I imagine this is why I was hesitant to fully embrace OneNote until last year when I started a contract role with NetHope and began to use it as my…
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“Cut, it’s a wrap!”   Like many good things, my 25th year has come to an end. No big bangs or fireworks but many lessons learned from a challenging year which allowed me to explore my life as an entrepreneur, redefine my personal values, and lay the framework for some important “personal infrastructure projects” which I hope will pay off in the near future. Looking ahead…
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The start of fall is here and so is my personal end of year (EOY). A lot has changed since I turned 25 but overall it’s been a good. I learned a lot, made new friends, and invested heavily in a number of “personal infrastructure” projects. I’m using this post to pause and reflect on my 25th year. Check back next week for an EOY post…
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