Browsing articles in "Lifestyle & Freedom"
Sep
27
2011

Are Videogames the Key to Our Future?

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  Here’s an interesting statistic.  By age 21, the average American will have spent approximately 10,000 hours playing video games. Coincidentally, 10,000 hours is also the time a student will spend in in the classroom  from 5th grade to senior graduation, or the amount of time a doctor will spend in medical school.

Jul
17
2009

The Perils of Remote Teaming

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Sure the idea of telecommuting, remote work, and virtual teams sounds sexy sometimes. Hell, who dosen’t want to work in their underwear? However the reality is often no walk in the park. Here are a few lessons learned the hard way.

Jun
17
2009

Do or Do not. There is no try.

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Choosing the right path when you have thousands of options available is tough. In this article, I help you help me, to help me….wait..what?… decide what the F* to do…. and maybe impart some wisdom along the way.

Mar
6
2009

Housing Market Bailout and a Stupid Stupid Whore

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My take on the housing marketing bailout, Rick Santelli, a stupid whore who over-extended herself, and why I think that a foreclosure stimulus is a bad idea

Feb
13
2009

The Stimulus Package explained by an MBA to a 3rd Grader

When I started looking at the stimulus package, I imagined having a conversation with a 10 y.o. about it. As an MBA, how would I explain it simply and what questions would they ask?

Feb
4
2009

Is there interest in Home Tech howto’s, tutorials, and reviews?

This article is an introduction to a competely different topic for me (home theater and networking) and a poll to see if there is any interest in adding some different content to the blog from time to time…

Jan
14
2009

They shall call me Professor Evil….

Howdy readers. Sorry for the long delay between postings. It’s been an interesting month. In an weird turn of events, it now looks like there is the possibility I may be moving back to the Berkshires in Western MA where I grew up. Fun-in-the-sun Florida, it is not, but I do have a bunch of friends and family back home. Being as the area is not known as a high-tech Mecca, I have been evaluating […]

Dec
15
2008

My Salutation of the Generic Holiday Variety to You!

Well the season is upon us. I just wanted to drop a quick post to let you know that you probably won’t see any updates for a few weeks. I’m heading off to the great white north (Massachusetts) to visit friends and family back home for Christmas. I’ll keep myself busy though… just in case you actually gave a crap. I’m toying with 2 big projects. Option 1: I’ve been noodling the idea of a […]

Nov
12
2008

Entrepreneur Interview Video- Part I – Intro, Partners, and Family

Special guest interview with Jeff Sausaman, CEO of Action Real Estate. We discuss how he got started, how became a partner, and how he balances work and being a family guy.

Oct
13
2008

5 Ways to Kill Analysis Paralysis

5 Ways to Kill Analysis Paralysis Click here to download the fancy .pdf version or signup to download all 14 tools for free! If your goal is to increase productivity and promote a mindset of action, killing analysis paralysis is your ideal first step. With so much access to information, the quality of which is dubious at best, it is no doubt that entrepreneurs are having a tough time deciding on a course of action. […]

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