Proving Your Point

This morning I woke up and read a tweet in response to a tweet during a tweet discussion on a very controversial subject in the horse industry. The tweetathon discussion was quite civil despite the topic. What bothered me the most about this morning tweet was that this person for some reason thought that by responding with “That’s right” followed by Read more […]

Fix Your Broken Windows

I was busy this afternoon reading The Pragmatic Programmer and Tip 4 offered some sound advice about software programming which applies to other areas of life and business. “Don’t Live with Broken Windows” It is based in a criminology theory called “Broken Windows Theory”. This theory is based on research that indicates if an urban area is well maintained Read more […]

Kaizen and The Toyota Way

From Wikipedia: Kaizen is Japanese for “improvement”, or “change for the better” refers to philosophy or practices that focus upon continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing, engineering, game development, and business management. I remember hearing about this concept while I was in Japan riding and breaking racehorses. I took a 3 day tour Read more […]

The Importance of Fear, Success Measurements and Understanding an Industry

This morning I woke up to a great stream of tweets pointing to some awesome articles of interest. The first one that caught my eye was 4 Secrets Happy Entrepreneurs Know posted by @ideas2work (Thanks Ricardo). The secret that caught my eye was #2.  Well, they’re all important but #2 caught me like a deer in headlights. I remember a speaker in college Read more […]

Evaluate Your Web Site’s Effectiveness

Your website has many different jobs to perform on your behalf. It is important for it to be your best representation of your business and your brand. If it does not represent your business in a way conducive to helping you make more money, it isn’t doing its job. So how do you know if your website is ready for the job that you need it to do? Here Read more […]