Article Archive

  1. How to Get More Creative Work Done in a Day

    Productivity is hard, but the facts are simple. Every one of us has 24 hours available each day. Whether we realize it or not, we allocate those hours to the activities we value most. So perhaps when we say we need more time, we aren't discussing time at all.

  2. Stop Coding Under Stress: How to Avoid Bugs and the End of the World

    Programmers and web developers spend most of their time sitting and thinking. How can that be stressful?

  3. 3 Keys to a Useful Website That Actually Works

    Busy web designers often overlook the fundamentals of the user experience and neglect search engine visibility in favor of flashy websites.

  4. Choose Action Over Analysis

    When an idea catches our attention, we ask, "Am I ready to apply this idea if it proves valuable?" If the answer is "No." we move on to other things without regret.

  5. Your Business Is Better, But for Whom?

    People are not alike. At least not in the way most of us believe. During the 2020 presidential election, pundits endlessly discussed the Latino vote, Black vote, College-educated White vote, and the Evangelical vote. Too late, it seems, everyone has discovered there is no such thing as a monolithic vote by everyone who looks similar—even when that similarity is profound.

  6. Free and Easy Ways You Can Grow Your Business with a LinkedIn Page

    Few things are more gratifying and financially rewarding than a healthy, growing business. And one of the best platforms for business marketing results is social media. Unlike anything else, it lets you meet your customers where they are and form personal connections before they make a buying decision.

  7. 9 Easy Ways You Can Boost Your LinkedIn Influence

    Boosting your professional influence on LinkedIn begins with a complete profile and compelling tagline. We break it down into 9 easy steps.

  8. 3 Ways You Can Boost Your Website's Results

    Every small business owner wants a thriving bottom line. Revenue is the life-blood of a business. A website should contribute to our sales efforts, but it is hard to attract customers online.

  9. 3 High-Quality Lessons from a Failed Startup

    Instead of collecting money, we had encouraging conversations with warm leads and ran too long on the slightest hint of interest they showed.