Mastering the “Small”

While listening to Seth Godin on The Tim Ferriss show yesterday, I learned one of the simplest strategies to scale up and become a more successful entrepreneur. Seth spoke on how focusing on the “small” can help you streamline the systems and processes that will eventually help you scale up. Being “small” gives you the […]

A thoughtful move? Perhaps…

I’ve been experimenting with my Twitter and Facebook accounts for the past couple of weeks. Trying to figure out the best way to justify and manage activities online. One of the biggest questions that I’m confronted on a daily basis is the amount of time that I have to put in to just maintain these […]

Getting dumb at making excuses

Wow! July’s almost over. And honestly, it was like a blink in the eye! Have I accomplished anything spectacular? Nope. There’s a lot left to be desired. Speaking of which, isn’t it strange that we desire so much yet fail to do anything about it? And we know that’s partly due to our belief that […]

On Dignitaries

I’m not a big fan of the word “dignitary.” I think it’s a useless identity for someone’s worth at the expense of people who’re still growing. I’ve been part of service organizations for the past several years and one thing that I’ve come to spite the most is the level of formality and enforced respect […]

To Curate or Not Curate?

Content may be the king, but how far would you got to create valuable content that will win you raving fans? An emerging trend among entrepreneurs, bloggers and marketing agencies (big and small) is that once their well of original content dries up, they resort to content curation. There’s nothing wrong with it, of course, […]

Showing up matters

It took me at a couple of hours to organize my Feedly collections. The focus was particularly on sorting my Content Marketing, and Content Strategy feeds. And as I went through my feeds, I realized that most of these (almost 85 to 90%) feeds weren’t even updated! Most of them were inactive post-October 2015 (on […]

DUMB Goals!

I remember 12th grade, particularly the day I met my counselor. I was looking forward to meet this person, hoping that he would help me choose the right career path. He blew me away with his wisdom and insights on psychology and why I should be choosing a career for which I have an aptitude […]