- Oct 11, 2017
Borders, Bandits, And Baby Wipes – The New Book
I told you it was coming. It seems like it’s been forever in the making, but my next book is almost here. You can pre-order it now. I’m...
- Aug 23, 2017
Life In The Time Of Distraction
Ding. Push. Buzz. Click. Swipe. Fetch. We used to have to just keep up with the Joneses. But since the advent of the Internet, it’s the...
- Jul 2, 2017
Anatomy Of A Book Deal (And the Magic of the 11th Hour) – Part 2
(In case you missed Part 1, you can see it here.) Off I Go If you’re like me you just think that authors exist, they get book deals and...
- Jun 14, 2017
Anatomy Of A Book Deal (And the Magic of the 11th Hour) – Part 1
I write, but I’ve always felt awkward calling myself “an author.” Authors live somewhere in Vermont or Cape Cod or Colorado with their...
- Apr 27, 2017
When It’s Time To Go, Will You Go? (Farewell, NYC)
After almost 10 years in NYC, I’m moving west. On the turn of a dime, my wife and I are passing the baton of “home” to Portland, Oregon...
- Jan 25, 2017
When Fate Knocks, But You’re In The Shower
After exiting a coffee shop the other day, Mike, a friend of mine who is desperately looking for a new job, ran into Seth Godin on an...
- Jan 19, 2017
Why Do We Believe In…Anything At All?
We've had an affinity for belief forever. But, beliefs don't dictate truth or reality - they're our way to explain the world & find peace
- Jan 5, 2017
Everyone Hates ‘Read Receipts’
You’ll spend a lot of time in your career waiting for someone to get back to you. You’ll want this person to have the same intensity in...
- Aug 3, 2016
Why Thinking Positively Can Ruin Your Chances Of Success
In some of the most fascinating behavioral research I’ve ever read and a blow to the global “puppies and rainbows” market, Gabriele...
- Oct 22, 2014
The Curse Of The Jester, And Why I’m Changing Everything
I work with someone who is kind of the office jester. He’s always making people laugh, and has the disposition of an eternal good mood –...