DevLearn 2015
YES!!! I’m speaking at DevLearn

Coming hot on the heels of our recent raving success of a presentation for The eLearning Guild, Lee Rodrigues and I are (way too) excited to be presenting again for the first time at DevLearn 2015. Our session is entitled: Video Within Reach: Myth-Busting & Testing To Greatness, and in it we’ll be showing attendees how to prioritize […]

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5 questions to ask every item you own

As part of my pre-40 goals, I’m getting rid of half of everything I have (again!). I was kind of a packrat through my 20s, and though I’ve been ejecting stuff for a good decade now, still there is more to go… How does it go? Well, these days, it goes like this: I talk to […]

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Nu Rulz: If -> Then of Life

I’ve been a productivity junkie for at least a decade now. Am I more productive? Sure! Am I happy with my productivity levels? …That answer is still a resounding “No”. David Allen, Mark Forrester, Tim Ferriss, Leo Babauta, Stever Robbins, etc. all have fantastic systems. At this point I gotta admit, I have ample empirical […]

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How to do Customs

I’ve done customs right, and I’ve done it wrong. Wrong is no fun for anyone. So here’s my quick guide to “right” Look like your ID Remove your hat, glasses, or anything else on your head before or as you approach The Agent. If you’ve changed your look substantially, have another government-issued photo ID or […]

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Great CouchSurfing article from Tim Ferriss’s Four Hour Blog

Typically Tim Ferriss (author of The Four Hour Workweek, The Four Hour Body, and now The Four Hour Chef — all HIGHLY recommended!) is typically about 1-2 years ahead of me in my own journey, though on this particular topic I figure I have the lead. Still, after 4-years straight of CouchSurfing (2008-2012), I still […]

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