Being altruistic is a key component to succeeding in the entrepreneurial world. But, at the same time, an individual needs to be passionate, proven, prominent, and persistent with regards to how a business is run. People who practice these traits are individuals who inspire me.
In moments when things seem to get going in a great ‘”rhythm” life comes out of the blue and moves faster. These moments truly test the ability of an individual. Often, I think people overlook the fact that life is a “ride” and one that we can learn a lot from it on a regular basis if we are willing.
I am still trying to figure out if I want an iPhone or if I should stay with my Android. Either way, here is some interesting information that I just found on iPhone about codes that you should probably read, here is the reblog:
The world of news is endless and in many ways there is a sense of news overload. But, yesterday someone did ask what websites I watched for technology related to Randomly Famous, LLC. Here is my short list of websites that I check on a more regular basis, in no particular order.
An early morning came and breakfast at McDonalds was inevitable. So, Mark (@Flackbas) and I met up, had breakfast, and chatted life with a mixing bowl of business.
Many individuals, even myself, have found job hunting to be a tedious process, especially when your goal is to reach outside of the market you already know. This thought has captivated my thinking for the last two days because I truly believe there is a solution to being connected with future employers.
If you have a moment, check out the youtube video that I did for Katie’s Got Guts! below… And, send your friends that direction as well. We shot this with the 5D Mark II a few months ago and then had a fun time editing it. We shot for about an hour or so just for fun and then editing over a few hours. If you want more details, lets start a conversation about it below…
As you watch companies like Facebook or its now underdog MySpace, there seems to be this ‘aw’ and ‘astonishment’ to these brilliant ideas that Mark Zuckenberg and others came up with.
Often when it comes to brainstorming, I’ve realized that I don’t contemplate the ideas for a extensive period of time. Simple as that, I don’t sit down and think over a concept after it has come into existence. There are moments on a regular basis that need simple time and contemplation rather then quick decisions.