Monday, April 23, 2018

When VICE Posts A Blockchain Video

VICE on Ethereum... I love the comment: people creating new financial systems...

Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Another Type Of Headphones-On Work Music

If you're a knowledge worker like me, you might have go deep in to your work around a noisy office. In the past, I've counted on a techno-work jab to help me with succeed in my work production. Well, as much I enjoy the sounds of Pretty Lights or the disco-tech-hip-hop riffs from Nightmares on Wax, I am finding something else to help me stay focused...



The binaural beats and slow melodic tones of Tibetan bowls or OM chanting is my newest form of work music... The beats are consistent, allow for inter-connectivity to my soul and just calm my mind in to a focused work-state that's like water through a mountain brook. I am at peace; I am a better-thinking being... Try it out and let me know what you think.

Monday, March 19, 2018

A Fascinating Slide Show - The Value Of Tokens

Fred Wilson, AVC group, has a fascinating post sharing a review on tokens and how they add value in commerce, alt-payments infrastructure and more...

http://avc.com/2018/03/slideshow-of-the-week-why-tokens-are-fundamental/

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

We Are Forever Wanderers...

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Ted Talks - Public Speaking Best Practices

I love public speaking, but I'd be the first to tell you that is terrifies me at times... However, I'm comforted by TEDtalk founder Chris Anderson's four basic principles of public speaking. A great listen / watch about ideas forming in the mind of the speaker and listener!



1. Focus on one major idea. (5:04) 2. Give people a reason to care. (5:33) 3. Build your idea with familiar concepts. (6:09) 4. Make your idea worth sharing. (7:14)

Monday, August 21, 2017

Simon Sinek's - Why Leaders Eat Last

A fascinating story about how great leaders build trust and, most importantly, safe-for-employment work spaces so that our companies thrive! This was a fascinating post as it demonstrates how great companies are similar to powerful communities - they help each other out, so that the whole will thrive. Very Platonic, yes, but such a powerful point. Imagine if you felt secure in your job, and that you knew your leader would bend over backward to protect your job! Imagine if there was no c-suite, but an openness of idea-sharing and engagement... Imagine if we all had security knowing such a work place as possible? How would that change your creativity, and possibilities?