As best as I can tell, I set up a Google alert for “kurt anderson” sometime in mid-2011. Since then, every week or so, I’ve received news from Google about the various Kurts in the news (mostly to do with the offensive line coach and the popular author and radio host). This afternoon, the following […]
From Impossible to Inevitable: How Hyper-Growth Companies Create Predictable Revenue by Aaron Ross My rating: 3 of 5 stars Despite being not at all what I expected, this was still a solid book. It was definitely geared WAY more than I’d planned to early-stage start-ups. Additionally, it was less focused than is probably best, skipping […]
This post was incited by ‘When Wrongthink Becomes Workplace Harrassment’ from Reason.com and, subsequently, Wearing ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ insignia could be punishable racial harassment – from the Washington Post. I’m perennially of two minds about issues of ‘social justice’ (especially in the workplace). It’s super important. All of the bad -isms can’t be seen as solely the product individual […]
Note: I started this post a while ago. Little did I know that I’d soon be following my own advice! Following the acquisition of my former company, I found myself in the job market at the beginning of the summer. I can tell you firsthand that having this checklist was a great help to me. […]
After I was let go from my previous position in May, I decided to keep track of some stuff. Just for kicks.
As you’re (hopefully) aware, the deadline is looming to get the PPACA exchange notices distributed to your employees. I decided to send the notice out last week in order to avoid missing the October 1st date. However, sending the notice out of the blue would be (to put it gently) abrupt. There’s still a lot of […]