When 99% of people doubt your ideas, you're either gravely wrong or about to make history. - Scott Belsky
- How I've Been Sweating the Little Things — I tell myself that I don’t sweat the little things, that I’m really good at letting things go, but if I’m frank with myself and I take a hard look at the evidence, it’s clear that I do hold on to lots of little things.
- Notes: Your Blog is a Barometer — Thom Chambers writes about using your publishing platform to detect when your personal growth is stalling: Your blog is something of a barometer.
- Notes: "Any given person is dumber as a member of an audience than as a reader." — Paul Graham writes about why writing superior to the spoken word as a source of ideas.
- Travel Notes: Northampton, MA — As I mentioned in my latest journal entry, I'm going to start publishing travel notes here on the places that I visit.
- Notes: Solitude as a catalyst to innovation — A quote from The Rise of the New Groupthink, an article in the New York Times: Research strongly suggests that people are more creative when they enjoy privacy and freedom from interruption.