This is a continued journey into Hello and Good Day, a new way to discover love and change things. But to change things, we're going to have to take a good hard look at ourselves first and decide if what's inside is worth keeping. Thank you for sticking with me and being a great listener and active participant. … Continue reading Your Outrage Doesn’t Change Anything
Groundhog Day. Groundhogs Day. Groundhogs' Day?
Pop Culture is our new religion. Its Orthodoxy is taking center stage on social media. Be with us or be wrong Forever.
Guru is a weird word. Self-professing yourself as one is even weirder, perhaps the weirdest. Especially in industries that are bizarre chaos - technology and social media for example - the term guru (re: the popular expert) is laughable. An ever-changing industry, shifting its paradigm overnight at times, is not the place for someone finding … Continue reading Remove Guru from your flavor text
So we filled our cups to the brim with hatred. And we cast ignorance upon you if you didn't agree. And with any misstep we wouldn't bury you, but you felt six feet under. We'd take your job, your reputation, and – if an apology was granted – your soul as well. And you would … Continue reading Our World Now
If there is a muse, then there must surely be demonic forces that act as staunch forces against creativity. Whereas the muse comes with serendipitous gifts of ideation, the demons are there to muddy the water and steal. These waters are where confidence goes to be run through the mud. Who are you to think you … Continue reading Blocked
The consumer's natural inclination is to criticize, whereas the creator is drawn to compassion. The answer lies within satisfaction. — Rob Fike (@robfike) August 30, 2016 when you cannot create something for yourself you rely on others to satisfy your needs. When it doesn't happen how you see it, you get angry — Rob … Continue reading The Consumer and the Creator