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100 Connections in 100 Days

And then a few more...

 

December 27, 2018

One of the major questions that drove me in creating this project was simple; how do we make connections?  Those first meetings were mostly about sitting down for that first no-strings attached meeting and learning about people, meeting them on their own ground and app...

December 20, 2018

Have you ever sat at a coffee shop, your work in front of you, taking that needed pause and looked around the room?  As you scanned that room, allowed your eyes to dance over the cast of characters assembled, did you ever wonder what they were talking about?  Were they...

December 18, 2018

How do you measure true passion?

I've thought about this a long time, spent many pages in many journals trying to figure this out.  Over all of those words and all of that time, I have come to one simple observation.  

The true test of one's passion and purpose...

December 13, 2018

Find a mentor.

We have all heard this advice, this call, to find someone who will guide our success and drive us forward.  Someone who will share their experience and knowledge with us, who will invest in our personal success.  There are whole courses you can take, shel...

December 11, 2018

"What's your passion?"

The question has become a cliche' with everyone asking this seemingly deep question, including myself.  I say seemingly because we seldom want to dig deep on the answer, just to sound a bit different.  We ask it because it is much better than aski...

December 10, 2018

I often lament networking and what it has become.  Even in the rooms with the best intentions, my experience is that it is most often a festival of business cards and prospecting coffees.  Clearly I want it to be more, to be a place where true relationships are built,...

December 7, 2018

In all of the original 100 Connections I only did one that wasn't a face to face meeting.  Sara Albiach was an early believer in what I was working on with the project and I am absolutely convinced she saw what it would become before I did.  My Spanish friend living in...

December 6, 2018

Something I often find myself lamenting is the loss of the arcade.  Those magical places filled with a frenetic mix of lights and sounds.  A million challenges waiting around every corner, like some kind of futuristic coliseum illuminated in every color of a digital ra...

December 3, 2018

Paul Evangelist wanted to fly.

I did too.

It's an amazing thing how we can all bond over our dreams, our shared fantasies for our future life.  Sitting across from someone, hearing you shared a dream and a vision for your life, you begin to picture your childhood, their...

December 1, 2018

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