Note: this is a very rough first draft I think we let technology control us. We need to fight for the right to be nourished by technology. Not to become a slave to it, but to give it permission to enhance old humanity. It’s the conscious integration of technology into our lives. To drive the… Continue reading Tech is meant to nourish the human experience – not enslave us (aka, technourishment)
H.I.T. List System™ (aka High Impact Task List System) STEPS: Select 25 of your top goals in life. They should cover these seven areas of focus. Health & Fitness Personal Growth & Development Spiritual & Inner Development Money & Investments Family & Personal Life Business & Career Social & Community Activities Pick the 5 most… Continue reading The system I use to define and track my long-term goals efficiently
For example, I wanted to learn about whether or not recruiting was right for me. Long story short, it was not. But how I got there wasn’t quite as simple. I had been considering a transition to recruiting. In fact, I thought (foolishly) that because I was so interested in helping young designers find roles… Continue reading how to learn about a new career path without fully committing?
“the great aim of education, is not knowledge but action” – Herbert Spencer I am an explorer. I explore ideas. I explore careers. I learn. and I implement it. My thought process with the “blog” is to leave behind a collection of thoughts for my nieces and nephews so that long after I’m gone, they… Continue reading What is “The Great Aim”?
“[Eric] has Glenn Gould’s fingers — on the keyboard, he’s a master. And, as a bonus, he’s tart and funny; if he’s having a tough day, that’s his secret.” – Jesse Kornbluth, Editor of Headbutler.com What makes me different? Drawing is the fundamental way by which I engage with the world. Software and tools are great… Continue reading What makes me different than your other candidates?
These are the words I try to live by. The guidelines listed below provide a framework through which I can make big decisions. I also use it to recalibrate top priorities. Sharing them publicly scares me because they’re so meaningful and personal. So I’m stepping into the fear (Principle #4) and doing it anyway. My… Continue reading My personal guidelines