right story. right people.

recently someone asked me what my philosophy of marketing is. being me, i had a quick answer to their question: i believe the goal of marketing is to produce a change in the behavior of your audience (i.e. get them to do something), and to do so you need to “tell the right stories to…

mgmt

although I am a fan of (some of) the music of the enigmatic band (whoismgmt.com) and the use of their moniker is somewhat of an seo experiment, i did want to share three observations about management (i am a manager at the company i currently work for—Logos). observation one: the key to unlocking potential in…

decision parallax

do you make decisions? yes, we all do. as a matter of course, everyone, everyday is faced with a series of decisions. there is a constant onslaught of decision points that interweave the fabric of our lives. it starts at the first dawn of consciousness and ends with its last flicker. the very moment we…

humility.

i am often humbled by unexpected things. today has been full of humbling experiences. this article is one of them: http://blogs.hbr.org/kanter/2012/06/hierarchys-last-stand-is-your.html

come on kindle light my fire

kindle fire wins. it is an inescapable truth, and as an ardent nook pundit it pains me greatly to admit this, i just simply cannot deny the reality of it. i can explain, but let us first look at the facts: comscore reports the kindle reaching fifty percent of sales for all android devices (as…

recently

recently i took a post at logos bible software which, inevitably, meant that relocation to bellingham, wa is a necessity. while the relocation is not yet completed, my family is still in los angeles, i am fully immersed in my new post; back in a familiar world of technology, geekdom and the search for cool:…

the challenge of the bible

in 2006 i came up with an idea of how i could get myself to read through the Bible on a regular and consistent basis. this is much tougher than you would think for a guy who spent the first three weeks of his married life unknowingly ignoring his wife because he was so used…

is

over the past few months i have struggled with the idea of perspective.  particularly about how to go about articulating and expressing a healthy world view.  i do not necessarily mean a paradigm, no something more basic and closer to ourselves.  maybe it is a throw back to maslow or a need to substantiate universals…