Apple Watch Face

My thoughts on the Apple Watch

I’ve been using my Apple Watch every day since it launched in April. People ask me all the time what I think about it and the best response that I can give is that I would purchase another immediately if I lost or broke it today. It seems that the media and blogosphere has been […]

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bubbles

Recommendation engines and your “you loop”

Recommendation engines are great. They help you discover movies, music, books and all manner of other products and content that you might like. But they also perpetuate something called the “you loop”. The “you loop” was described in Eli Pariser’s The Filter Bubble and occurs when you watch, buy or even click on something and […]

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Meetings are what you do

Meetings are what you do

It’s all too easy to bash meetings as a manager. They can eat into your day and make you feel like you haven’t completed any “real” work. It’s what good leaders do But what can be more important than speaking with your employees and managers, checking in to make sure all is ok, communicating progress, […]

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Search and Discovery Dog Nose

Search and discovery.. and the future

There are only two ways that new customers find you — search and discovery. All forms of marketing to attract new business will address one or the other. You search when you know what you want or have a problem and are looking for a solution. These start as questions – “how do I”, “what […]

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Meditation

Quantified meditation

I started meditating at the end of last year. I read a few books that really opened my eyes to power of both mindfulness and meditation and have been meditating daily ever since. Beginner’s mind The problem when you first start to meditate is that it’s hard to gauge the quality of your sessions. I […]

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