One of the questions that I am most frequently asked is, “How do you find the time to…?” The answer is quite simple: I don’t have to FIND the time to do anything…because I never LOST the time in the first place. It all comes down to working smarter AND harder, living on a time budget, … Continue reading Automate the Important Part 2 – Productivity
In my circles, "Automate the important" is a phrase most often used with setting up some sort of automatic payment system. Yet, I think the phrase applies to EVERYTHING. It is no secret that as a culture, we are addicted to our devices and screens. Yet, too many see that as an all bad thing. … Continue reading Automate the Important
It has been a year since my last blog post. I started this blog back in the days of Myspace and Blackberry as a way of getting random thoughts out of my head and as a way of bridging the gap between my introversion and my vocation as a Christian leader. Blogging regularly allowed me to … Continue reading Back at it.
I am an Apple fan. Please don't ever call me a fanboy because you will get dealt with. (Boy always sounds like a racial slur to me, but that's for another post) Anyway, I'm an Apple fan...and they have spoiled me rotten. I quite literally use their products for everything.With all of the "magic" that … Continue reading First World Ramblings About Apple
There has been so much buzz about his arrival. People are waiting with great expectation. Some claim they've seen him. Other's say he'll never come. While all of this could be said of Jesus (He is coming soon by the way), the person I'm talking about is the one and only Mr. Verizon iPhone. To … Continue reading Tomorrow Never Knows
Here are some posts that have really caused me to think this week: 1. Shaun King really stirred the pot with this one. Reader discretion is advised (if you are easily offended) 2. Kevin leads worship at our church. This post hit me right between the eyes! 3. I love my iPad. Michael Hyatt gives … Continue reading Around the Blogosphere
Well they've done it again. Apple has just convinced millions of people that their state of the art iPhones (3G and 3Gs) are now worthless. Welcome iPhone 4. I'm on the fence. I'll definitely upgrade...just don't know if I'll get a 4 or a 3Gs. I'm more interested in iOS 4 then the new phone … Continue reading My thoughts on WWDC 2010
I love the twists of life. I was supposed to see Mark Batterson speak in Mt. Juliet on Wednesday. Instead, I'm blogging from his coffeehouse in DC right now. I'm not a celebrity worshipper (except for Jack Bauer...and Cosby...and Michael Jackson). Seriously, a lot of people get caught up with who the "in" guy is. … Continue reading Batterson, Blogs, and the Best Chicken Sandwich.
Here are some things I find ironic about modern media: 1. The fair and balanced network is anything but. (I still watch though...) 2. MTV claims to be on the side of big social issues...yet they pump millions into Cribs and Jersey Shore. What the what? 3. 9 gaming systems, 4 iPods, 3 iPhones, TVs, … Continue reading Media Irony