Monthly Archives: June 2012

4 Misunderstood Keys to Learning a New Language (Part 2)

Billions are spent annually on learning second languages, yet the majority of that money is wasted, with little to no results.  I think we can all agree on that, so why why do we continue to attempt the same methods over and over?   I totally learned it, but now I can’t remember The third […]

4 Misunderstood Keys to Learning a New Language

Billions are spent annually on learning second languages, yet the majority of that money is wasted, with little to no results.  I think we can all agree on that, so why why do we continue to attempt the same methods over and over? Novice language learners need to shift focus from the long term goal […]

What makes ‘creativity’ so elusive? How we can overcome it

Lessons learned, as a startup founder: Don’t let a lack of creativity mire you in mediocrity. Everyone has it in them, we just need to figure out how to tap into it. In fact, creativity isn’t elusive at all.  We’ve been conditioned, from a very young age, to believe that some people are born creative […]

GoDaddy’s Gotta Go: Alternatives Abound

It wasn’t easy finding a trusted alternative to GoDaddy for domain name registration, but it was worth the extra effort.  Boycott GoDaddy.com A quick backstory I, like most of the U.S. internet community, was in stark opposition to the SOPA/PIPA legislation that was defeated in Congress earlier this year.  It was defeated, thanks in large part to a […]

Why it’s only a matter of time before Uber owns the taxi industry

From the outside looking in, not many of us saw a problem worth solving in the taxi business.  Uber founders did, and its rise is surfacing problems that have existed for decades. Credit card payments serve as the perfect example of everything that’s wrong with the taxi industry.  Everyone knows that we don’t carry cash anymore- […]