What a great weekend. I just returned from two days up in Sacramento at Agoge Ftness System’s “Mental Meat Heads 7” event. I had the opportunity to learn from two of my favorite people in the fitness industry: Dan John, and Chip Conrad. I knew that the weekend would contain a wealth of information […] Read More⇒
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About a year ago a friend of mine told me he was going to go do an event called a “GoRuck“. I asked what was involved. He said that he and a bunch of others were going to put 50 pounds of bricks in their packs and then go get yelled at by a bunch […] Read More⇒
I just signed up for the Canadian Death Race on Aug 1. My body wants to nervously puke and poop all at the same time.
Luckily I’m training with my friends who’ve done it before. They’ve assured me that it will be a complete suffer-fest. I think their words of reassurance were something like: “you think you hurt now – just wait until hour 10 when everything from the neck down is just one big cramp.” Thanks. I’m also grateful […] Read More⇒
Startup Lessons Learned: Building highly iterative, fast-cycle startups with minimal waste. Simulcast in Vancouver Apr 23
On April 23, over 20 awesome speakers are going to get together in SF for the Startup Lessons Learned conference. Bootup Entrepreneurial Society has kindly decided to host the simulcast in their Gastown digs. Speakers include: Eric Ries (founder of the lean startup movement), Dave McClure (the foul-mouthed, opinionated, and obnoxiously right-most-of-the-time angel), the KISS […] Read More⇒
Aside from the continuing use of the annoying “save the planet” meme (the planet will be fine – it’s really “save the humans from an ugly step-down crash”) this is a great talk that Adam Werbach just gave recently to the Teens Turning Green conference. Adam is the Global CEO of Saatchi and Saatchi, author […] Read More⇒
I haven’t outsourced my inbox yet like Tim Ferriss has. I still do it myself. So every time I hit Inbox Zero, I thank my friend Alex Samuel from Social Signal for her tweeting about her own inbox zero success. I used to have 3000+ emails in my inbox and another 20,000 somewhere in the […] Read More⇒
Interesting reading: food that kills, augmented reality, death by board meeting, lazy people, and big ideas.
Jamie Oliver pleads with us to stop killing our kids with crappy food: www.ted.com/talks/jamie_oliver.html Blaise Aguera y Arcas will blow your mind with the next generation of augmented reality mapping tools. Makes Google Maps look like crayons and paper. www.ted.com/talks/blaise_aguera.html Running more effective board meetings. Not rocket science but good basic article. www.cloudave.com/link/running-more-effective-board-meetings-at-startups It turns […] Read More⇒