On Saturday I was working on a project for a client. The project is a website. The client is a food-based business here in Michigan.
Everything was going great. The designs were nearly finished and I was getting really excited to show the client.
And then it happened. I deleted MY blog.
Today’s office view.
This is one of my favorite places, and my Great Grandfather’s old fishing boat.
My lack of knowledge…made me refine what little I knew to make it work. -Scott Schuman
This video is a great example of three things:
- Somebody doing work they love
- Proof you don’t need a degree to be an expert
- Has awesome videography and images
— Michael Hyatt
Hmm. Organic energy. http://instagr.am/p/RBQKWWtqfR/
— ― Lou Holtz
This is a shot of me!
So as you know, I volunteer every Friday at a place called “The Freedom Center.”
I want to tell you more about it because it’s important to me.
The Freedom Center is a lounge, a very relaxing lounge I might add, that is near one of the gates at Detroit Metro Airport (DTW).
Hey all! It’s been awhile since my last post, so I thought I’d update on what’s going on.
It’s campaign season. As many of you know, I spend a considerable amount of my time in the political world, although I don’t blog or tweet about politics much at all.
I was discussing this topic with my friend Brandon the other day. I also spoke with Bobbi Klein about such topics in the past, only about religion.
And the question is, “Should you blog or tweet about politics?” I have answers, but the answers will vary depending on your goals. So here’s my take:
Once in a while I like to interview entrepreneurs who seriously inspire me. They point the way toward freedom, happiness, and fulfillment. And every once in a while, they even give us Hope…
Which is precisely why I asked Grand Rapids entrepreneur Hope Alcocer to give us an insight into her world. Hope founded KHLOE Magazine, a phenomenal revolution that empowers young women to look, do, and feel their very best.
So, be inspired, do your best, and love your life.
I love the Back to the Future series. They’re just really fun to watch! Every time they have the movie weekends where they play all three over and over again, I inevitably get hooked.
Marty McFly had the ability to zip back and forth between 1985 and 2015, a fact that can be argued as either an advantageous blessing or a negative curse. In either case, the majority of us don’t have Doc. Browns or flux capaciters to get us to the future.
The F-bomb. You say it when you realize how late your are for that really important meeting. Or maybe when you wake up only to find that your alarm didn’t go off.
Either way, it’s never a good thing when it comes flying out of your mouth.
But I’m not talking about that F word. I’m talking about a different F word. A word that can be equally as controversial for employees to utter out loud at work as it is to say the real f word in a house of worship.
So what is it? What word can be so dangerous for an employee to say at work?
Hi, Ryan’s readers! I’m Jana and I run a personal finance blog, Daily Money Shot, where I talk about money (but not the boring parts). I’m also a freelance writer and creator of a blog mentoring program that is launching next month (a program that Ryan graciously agreed to be a part of). I’m thrilled to be guest posting here and when you’re done reading what I have to say, come say hi on Twitter or Facebook, too!
When my husband and I sat down to pick our daughter’s name, I came to the table with numerous criteria. Based on my experience having an unusual name, I didn’t want my child to suffer the same fate. I wanted her to be able to find her name on pencils and coffee mugs. I wanted her to have a name that others could not only spell but pronounce correctly. I didn’t want her name to rhyme with anything terrible like an inexpensive, abundant yellow fruit that goes in cereal or tastes good with peanut butter. I also didn’t want anything too trendy or so abundant that she would be one of 18 girls in her grade with the same name.