Monthly Archives: March 2012

Notes from Rob Walling’s interview on Mixergy

Here are my notes from Rob Walling’s interview on Mixergy. I’ve been a member of the Micropreneur community for a while now and highly recommend joining. Not happy as dev/consultant – hamster wheel – when 50 will I still be … Continue reading

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Notes, Clay Johnson The Information Diet

Here are my notes after watching the Clay Johnson interview on Mixergy about his book ‘The Information Diet’ Decide what to consume Better for your health – sitting is killing you Better social interaction – not setting next to each … Continue reading

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Changing my consumption habits

I feel as though I’ve been trying to consume too much information. From listening to Mixergy shows and other podcasts, to reading lots of books – I consume a lot but don’t always retain or action it. After sitting down … Continue reading

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Learning to be successful

I read an interesting blog post by Daniel Teller this weekend titled Successful people are successful. Jason Fried wrote in Inc magazine a little while ago about ‘How to get good at making money’ and how he has been practising … Continue reading

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Starting with the end in mind

Note : I don’t know all the answers around this. I’m putting my current thoughts in writing as it helps me get them out of my head and hopefully I can make more sense of them. I’ve started way to … Continue reading

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Book : iWoz

I finished reading Steve Wozniak’s books today – iWoz. It’s a great read if you are a developer, programmer, engineer, designer…pretty much anybody that builds things. I thought there were some big gaps, such as why he wasn’t involved in … Continue reading

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