I recently started working with a new coach Laura Kowalski, who's helping me increase my productivity as well as prepare for a move this summer. Moving is big ordeal for me because I have somewhere in the neighborhood of two thousand books, hundreds of CD's and for good measure, … [Read more...] about Lightening Your Load: Less Equals More
I was a little puzzled when I saw Armand Morin had created a Facebook ad training course since I've often heard him say he thinks social media is a waste of time. However, I've learned a lot from Armand over the years going back to when I attended his first "Big Seminar" in 2002 … [Read more...] about Armand Morin’s Facebook Ad Secret Training Review
One of the buzz apps I discovered at South By Southwest last month was Hashable. What's Hashable? The official description is: Hashable is the ultimate networking app. Exchange business cards, make easy intros and ‘check-in’ with people to track meetings and calls. Since it … [Read more...] about Hashable: #coolnetworkingtool?
A wild week here in Austin at the 25th Annual South by Southwest (SXSW). My first 'South by' was in 1990 when I was still in the music biz and the 5 day festival was all about the music. In the ensuing years, film and now interactive have been included stretching the entire … [Read more...] about SXSW: Geeks, Stars, Bars & Guitars
In the summer of 1995, I visited Japan for the first time as the tour manager for former Deep Purple/Black Sabbath singer, Glenn Hughes. We attended a dinner meeting at Trader Vics in Tokyo's New Otani Hotel. Also at the meeting were Toru Hashimoto, the president of our Japanese … [Read more...] about How a Baseball Cap Helped Dominate Japan