Month: November 2009

Sagittarius Fun Facts

While I rarely look at astrological signs and their explanation, I found this online the other day, and was surprised at it’s accuracy.  This pretty well describes my nature and outlook on life.  As with all general explanations of a group there are a couple of things that could be argued either way.

Never take things personally

In a dysfunctional situation, never take things personally, but be aware of what’s being said and how it impacts you.  This is sometimes easier said than done, but in my experience dysfunctional situations bring out the worst in people.  Don’t allow someone the satisfaction of bringing you down to the level of name-calling or destructive criticism. […]

Six Things Parents Really Need To Know

  Dr. Frank Luntz – What Americans Really Want… Really. Michelle Borba – The Big Book of Parenting Solutions   Eat Dinner as a Family at least 5 nights a week – Shows that the family comes first. Not your work, not the stuff you’re buying. If you’re not home with your kids it’s showing […]

Notes from Exchange Connections conference

A few weeks ago I attended the Exchange Connections conference in Las Vegas.  The conference was pretty good.  It was not quite as good as TechEd, but I was not expecting that it would be either.  The conference was organized fairly well.  The one major disappointment I had was the fact that the session materials […]

Why Men Are Never Depressed

Men Are Just Happier People– What do you expect from such simple creatures?

Congressional Badboys

This is awful.

Some Notes from Google Atmosphere Geoffrey Moore – “Crossing the Chasm” Visionaries – Always interested in going early for competitive advantage. Conservatives – Always interested in never going.  They move when the land underneath them moves. Pragmatists – Always interested in going at the right time.   Nicholas Carr – “The Big Switch”