thinkspace members who have met me know that I am Peter Chee’s assistant and that I’m relatively new to Seattle. What the majority of you won’t know is that my background is in holistic health and wellness along with a master’s degree in education. These concentrations share a common foundation
The “How I Work” series, most noteworthy done by Lifehacker, has been reproduced by multiple authors for good reason: people love to hear from successful and influential people and learn the intricacies of their day-to-day. It can be inspiring and motivating to hear about the best, and oftentimes most simplistic practices. Bi-monthly,
I've always thought people have multiple selves - meaning your actions and reactions vary based on people and settings. It's hard to be one personality all the time. For example my "personal self" loves horoscopes. A horoscope or fortune is a slight glimmer of hope of what might come tomorrow, or at least a
Our friends at Salty Waffle recently published an article written by Cameron over at Synotac. If you're a small business owner- I definitely recommend checking out Cameron's daily deal sites for business blog series. There has been a lot of buzz about Groupon, LivingSocial, Google Deals and all the other online deals sites over the
Many people that dream of eventually owning their own business consider getting a job with a startup business. Working for a start up can offer “pre-entrepreneurs” a lot of value. Employees of startups are able to see just how hard it is to run your own business on the day-to-day.
This is a guest post from one of our thinkspace members, Matt Heinz president and founder of Heinz Marketing. Some of the most successful and productive people I know are lazy. They'll tell you so. David Allen, author of Getting Things Done and the godfather of productivity. Lazy. He will tell you this
Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting with Dave Parker, founder of Bundled.com and mentor at The Founder Institute. After showing Dave around the thinkspace digs, we sat down to chat a bit. I had never heard of the Founder Institute before, but getting to hear about it straight