A trip to the Genius Bar brought back some interesting memories.
In which I offer unsolicited advice to applicants trying to separate fact from fiction.
In my first post of the new year, I chime in with thoughts on how one can serve as a critical point of differentiation in the war for talent.
In which I drop a panoply of music references and liken the idea of returning to an office to a nearly obsolete product.
My attempt to succinctly sum up the massive changes that have taken place.
Stuck on a title, subtitle, and cover for your book? Let data show you the way. Oh, and I compare myself to Brad Pitt.
A cool visual arrived in my inbox this morning. I wasn’t displeased.
Employer flexibility is on the rise—and I don’t see that trend abating.
No, yesterday’s updates won’t eliminate multi-tasking. Make no mistake, though: Users will spend less time toggling between and among disparate applications.
In The Author Flywheel, I open up my book of author hacks developed and refined over the past twelve years.