Make something great
Not because it will sell.
Not because it’s on the test.
Not because it’s your job.
Merely because you can.
The alternative (waiting for the world to align in a way that permits you to make something great) is hardly worth pursuing, right?Seth Godin
Pacific Grove, CA 93950:
Many people entertain a hate-love relationship with their productivity … but we will keep it fun.
Together we have the opportunity to meet and address your digital challenges in a creative and productive way.