How I learned to stop worrying and love my schedule. This is a surprisingly easy concept, but doing this very thing is what I've found to be my path to greatest productivity. In short: schedule everything! It'll keep you from wondering what to do next, which is usually followed by checking blog feeds, deleting old email, reading news sites, playing games, IM chatting, etc.
U.S. online marketing forecast: $26 billion by 2010. Forrester is famous for being full of crap, but this report (summary only here with links to other media coverage) makes a thought-provoking case for the growth and effectiveness of online marketing, something every entrepreneur ought to be thinking seriously about, it seems to me.
6 Don'ts for the End of Your Presentation. I'm not sure how much public speaking you do but these were some great tips and something I thought would be useful for anyone presenting anything (sales pitch, client presentation, etc).
Hi, I'm Carson McComas. I'm an entrepreneur, a chaser of shiny objects, a goof off, and a dad. I recently launched an uptime monitoring service called Down Detect. When I can, I try to write about resources and ideas that have been helpful to me. Welcome.