Category Archives: Content with Context

Reflecting: I Choose to Begin

Reflecting Reading of the Day: I love all beginnings, despite their anxiousness and their uncertainty, which belong to every commencement. If I have earned a pleasure or a reward, or if I wish that something had not happened; if I … Continue reading

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End of my Amazon Fire Phone Experiment

What was I thinking? It’s the apps stupid!! I finally ended my experiment with the Amazon Fire Phone this week.  It took several months to get an iPhone 6+ with the high demand, but I traded in my Amazon Fire … Continue reading

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What does a good one look like?

Whenever we sit down to discuss an existing project or a new concept, my colleague, Scott Parris, pretty quickly asks “what does a good one look like?” Sometimes the question is in relationship to a startup we are working with, … Continue reading

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Lifelet: The Fruit Song

Every once and a while a beautiful soul wanders into my life.  For the last several months I’ve been overjoyed getting to know John Andrew Morrison who has a day job at the TAI Group.  In his spare time, he … Continue reading

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My Storyteller Knows Me

Several years ago my wife and I went to India to visit Brinda, an exchange student who lived with my wife for a year in high school. While we were in India, Brinda wanted us to visit her home region … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Selling B2B – the $1B meeting

My father was a salesman. I grew up vowing I would (or could) never do what my father did. He was a “hail fellow well met” kind of guy and always had a bevy of jokes to get and keep … Continue reading

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TouchCast – Evolution or Revolution?

Way too many moons ago, I came across Paul Ryan and his unique approach to videography. I spent an intense cerebral day with Paul in his apartment near Columbia University in New York City. We were exploring ways to generate … Continue reading

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