Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Am I Weird?

I just finished my first time through Seth Godin’s “We Are All Weird.” It’s a book about marketing, and the logic is applicable to just about any mindset. Bob Lefsetz wrote a great perspective on the book and correlating Success Magazine (Seth Godin, Vimeo) interview that really got me thinking about my own approach to…

Steady Incline

If I move pebbles into a pile, water has to go around it, the pile is a force to be reckoned with, however small. Each word, that builds a line, that hooks a melody, crates a pile, a verse a chorus. Fuse the piles, I get stones. The stones together create a foundation, something to…

Aggressively Waiting

My equilibrium is a bit shaken, not that I have long term routines anyway, but the last few weeks have demanded I listen very closely to my body and mind to know when to pull back and replenish my physical strength and spiritual well being. So instead of pushing to say I’m doing something when…

Clean Up on Verse Two

Don’t know about you, but I generally get to and through a first verse and chorus and either skid to a halt or force fit lyrics to finish a song, or at least get it to where it’s hopefully got enough substance to rewrite. Over the last few months I’ve gleaned (re-gleaned) tips on approaches…