Give Yourself Some Credit

#FPF – Week 17 Take a look at the picture below and let’s see if you can decode the hidden message: Pretty crazy right? Subconsciously, your brain was presented with a problem that needed solving… and like this classic scene from the movie The Matrix – you were able to decode the message and make sense out … Continue reading “Give Yourself Some Credit”

Shift Happens, Embrace It!

#FPF – Week 16 During our recent travels through Maine, we had the privilege of taking a walk around Jordan Pond (pictured below) – located in the heart of Acadia National Park. While on our walk, we happened upon a tree [shocking right?], but this was unlike all of the other trees we had passed.  This tree … Continue reading “Shift Happens, Embrace It!”

Auto-Pilot is for the Birds

#FPF – Week 14 This week’s #FPF is being written while up in Boston/New England.  There’s been a number of things I have been thinking about as writing prompts while walking the city streets and interacting with local businesses.  I thought I’d start from the beginning of the trip, however, and draw some parallels to … Continue reading “Auto-Pilot is for the Birds”

Webisode 3 – Pokemon Go: Why Businesses Should Care About It

#FPF – Week 13 This week’s/month’s webisode is all about the Pokemon Go craze and why you, as a non-profit or business owner should care about the platform. Helpful Links https://www.reddit.com/r/pokemongo/ https://www.reddit.com/r/pokemongo/wiki/faq https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/ https://support.pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/221968408-Reporting-Pok%C3%A9Stop-or-Gym-Issues Are you using any of the techniques shared in this video for your business?  Let me know what’s working the best … Continue reading “Webisode 3 – Pokemon Go: Why Businesses Should Care About It”

Your Business Lives and Dies by Your People

#FPF – Week 11 This week’s message has been marinating for the last few weeks and chronicles our experience with one of our favorite bakeries in town. Most Saturday mornings, my wife Julie and I enjoy frequenting the businesses throughout the area for great local breakfasts.  Being a small being owner, I am always observing … Continue reading “Your Business Lives and Dies by Your People”