I have a problem: I am a self-admitted digital hoarder. I am addicted to finding cool information, ideas, and websites on the internet and then saving it to view later. I used to just bookmark (favorite) everything that I stumbled upon, but my favorites quickly become a MASSIVE list of unorganized chaos. Here are my favorite tools I now use to keep myself organized online. Read more…
There is ALWAYS shit to be done. There are work deadlines, family obligations, and personal goals. There is work from last week to finish, new work pouring in, family birthday parties to attend, and new ideas and hobbies to explore.
There’s also always a choice to be made with how to spend/invest the irreplaceable commodity of time. When I feel paralyzed with tasks I ask myself 3 simple questions:
An occupying Japanese general challenges Chinese men to duels so he can prove the superiority of the Japanese. Ip Man, loosely based on the man who trained Bruce Lee, is action packed and full of incredible fight scenes. It’s a foreign film, but there is so much action that you’ll get over the subtitles quickly.
1. Find customers who are looking for your service.
Did you know you can search for phrases on Twitter? You can literally search for people who are tweeting “I am looking for (insert your product or service here).” Here is an example search I did for people looking for a photographer: