May 2011 Posts
Anyone who knows me knows that cooking is one of my passions. I would not consider myself a gourmet cook; I just like to cook good food. I started cooking in the kitchen with my mom at an early age. […]
A true inspiration to me – not only as a goalie, but also as a person – is NHL Bruins goalie Tim Thomas. Bruins head coach Guy Boucher was recently quoted in a post game interview saying, “He’s making miracles.” […]
I have always been leery of individuals who are not particular about their choice of writing utensils. I find myself imagining most crappy pen users to be careless slob kabobs with messy handwriting skills and an outwardly messy appearance to match. […]
So we’ve all been there…unless you have been living in your parent’s basement for 10+ years, we all know the feeling of that first day at the office. Everything is brand new, you’re not really sure what to expect and […]
If asked, I’d have a hard time choosing my favorite condiment. My gut reaction is honey mustard. I find it incredibly diverse. Chicken sandwich? Perfect. Salad? Tastes great. Nuggets? Yum. I also really like BBQ sauce, hot sauce, Heinz 57 […]
How did he go from someone too shy to speak for five minutes to a man striding the stage with confidence, reveling in the response of his audience? He visualized it being that way.
So how could I have been dumb enough to open an account at Chase? Because I was sucked in by their TV commercial a few months ago showing how you could make deposits on your iPhone just by snapping a photo of the check.
Creative inspiration is all around us. The power of interpretation can sometimes be as strong as the creativity of the artist. Anytime I want to “get the creative juices flowing,” I simply visit a site like Abduzeedo. It is a […]
All of us occupy the same planet — Planet Earth — yet we all live in different worlds. We all live in these separate “bubbles”, a place we’d like to think of as a safe haven that won’t collide with […]
“After years of cutting back, companies can boost productivity by arming more managers with assistants,” writes Melba. J. Duncan in this month’s Harvard Business Review. If you’re looking for a way to increase your productivity, it might be a good time to make the case for hiring yourself an executive assistant.