What are you reading these days? I get asked that a lot. I read a lot. Not as much as I used to, but still, a lot. I mention my favorites in The Hughsletter every Monday, but that ends up only being a fraction of what I actually read. And these days, I am consuming other forms … [Read more...] about My media diet – January 2018
I dislike winter. No, that’s not quite it. I actively hate winter. I hate it so much. I hate the cold I feel in my joints. I hate the long, long nights. I hate the gloomy overcast skies. I hate that I know people who live outside in this, and that every year, some of them die … [Read more...] about I hate winter.
They say as you get older, your brain plasticity decreases. It literally gets harder to learn. The good news, however, is that you can combat it, by constantly trying to learn new things. Over last weekend, I read this book, about the science of learning. And learning quickly. … [Read more...] about Learning New Things
Nearly all the best salespeople have one thing in common – they all get a lot of sales opportunities. That may be because of the company they work for providing qualified leads, or they have learned how to get qualified leads, or they are in a pool of qualified people, or they … [Read more...] about Better Book Flow
Note: Last night, I made one of my favorite things for dinner: Pineapple pork chops. During dinner I told Renee why I loved it so much, and thought I ought to tell you about it, too. My dad taught me to cook. Or rather, he made sure I knew how. But he didn’t teach me to like … [Read more...] about How I learned to love to cook