Two pieces of software that I absolutely LOVE recently redesigned their software. I guess I should clarify by saying they “re-interfaced” their software since I’m so sure that “design” would really be accurate. I’m still not being clear enough. Let me try again. I guess what I mean to say is that they ruined their […]
By now, you probably know I have a thing about words. Specifically, my thing is about how words are used and misused, often intentionally to obfuscate the real meaning. Today, I want to briefly examine the word partner and what it means. What is a partner? Here are a few official definitions: either of a […]
Who doesn’t love a good story? Like a story of overcoming adversity, of perseverance, of triumph? We like those who buck the status quo, who disrupt industries, and who despite being pioneers and trailblazers, who make it all seem within reach. These folx, who we call visionaries, are able to see past the present into […]
I’ve been working as a strategist for more than 14 years now. I’ve been blogging for most of that time. I LOVE being a strategist and truthfully, it’s one of the easiest things I do. I have a natural talent for seeing patterns in systems, piecing together creative ideas with problems to be solved, and […]
I have a new online course coming out soon called Hyperfocus that is a complete productivity system for people with ADHD, and I have a question for you. Should I price it at $497 or $499? On second thought, don’t answer that, I have another question… I’m only planning on offering 3 licenses in the […]
What’s your favorite movie of all time? Until recently, I had a number of movies vying for the title of “Jeff’s favorite movie.” I wouldn’t fault you for thinking it’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. I love that movie, it’s easily my second favorite movie of all time. Dead Poets Society made a huge impact on […]
How much do you know about neurodiversity? How about race, gender, sexuality, class, or ableness? I wasn’t “officially” diagnosed with ADHD until college, in the late 90’s. At that time, much less was known about ADHD, and far less was shared openly. The methods of treatment on offer could be boiled down to a handful […]
When we hear the word violence, we immediately think of physical assault. Violence is commonly associated with exclusively cathartic and tangible events that results in bodily harm to another, or property damage. However, this is only the most common understanding and usage of violence. “The intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, […]
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