Last week marked thinkspace's three year anniversary and every time I hit a time-based milestone I tend to become introspective. Over the last year, I have been working on the pillars and foundation blocks of my business. Those being company core values, culture, one page strategic plan, getting the right
I'm reading "Poke the Box" by Seth Godin. I like reading Godin because it's inspirational and motivating. He definitely subscribes to the "no excuse" mentality. I've got a huge pet peeve and it's that I can't stand people that make excuses. A "No Excuse Attitude" to me means -- when you
I don't normally share other organizations emails on the thinkspace Blog but I feel like it's important to recognize Chris Hoffman (whom we will miss!) for her contributions and also share the message from the Redmond Chamber Board to our own members. Here's an email from Tom Martin, Redmond Chamber
Paul Anderson, founder of ProLango and a thinkspace Member, is presenting next week on "Create Massive Demand for Your Business"! Paul's spoken a number of times inside thinkspace and was our highest rated speaker at thinkCamp 2010. I highly recommend that you register and attend this event on April 26
This last weekend was National "Don't buy Gas" Day. I should have listened. I filled my gas tank up this weekend and it cost me $92 and I'm no longer laughing. It's more like I've reached the "Supreme" level as shown in the picture. Two weeks ago it was $84.
One of our newer thinkspace members, Browsium, was written up in the WSJ and is getting a lot of press for it's product Unibrows. I was talking with Gary Schare, President & COO, about what his company does and what his product is. Gary told me that his product UniBrows
I dropped a book on the keyboard of my MacBook Pro and I think the shock may have damaged the Toshiba MK165GSXF 160GB drive that came with my MackBook Pro. The Toshiba 160GB drive spins at a rate of 5400 RPM with 8MB cache. Originally, when I bought the MacBook
With The Masters Tournament this week at Augusta National my body is physically here in Seattle but my mind is 2,786 miles away. Golf and business, there's so many similarities and a tons of golfing metaphors used to explain business. I'm going to focus on one thing - it's the major