These days, investing in a personal website can go a long way toward setting yourself apart from your competition. Whether you are a photographer or a freelance writer, a professional looking website is essential to drawing … Continue reading What Should You Include on Your Personal Website?
Weedeating is art, and as any great artist should, I have a vision, a theory, an artist statement that guides my weedeating: controlled chaos. I like my yard to walk the fine line between expertly manicured … Continue reading Weedeating, Supply Side Prioritization, and the WTF Experience
I’ve been finding a lot of great information on feedback mechanisms lately, so I compiled it here. Seems to work out as four rough categories. User Feedback Talking to users (or customers) is incredibly helpful and … Continue reading Feedback Mechanisms for Entrepreneurs
I recently came across a new subscription service founded by the self-described “inventors of the revolutionary sockscription.” Yes, they deliver fresh socks to your doorstep every month. There are officially subscriptions for every type of product … Continue reading The Goldilocks Dilemma for Subscription Services
Build what you want to see in the world: make a bet that it will resonate with other people. Only occasionally do I plow through one of the many business books piled on my shelf. They … Continue reading Book Recommendation from Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: The Art Spirit by Robert Henri
I recently took 30+ minutes to watch this Mark Zuckerberg interview from back in 2013. From running through walls to (…not) pushing up hills, I found some great insights worth sharing on the HubRunner blog. Really … Continue reading 4 Important Lessons from Mark Zuckerberg