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Be Mine

Last night as I was helping my kids make their valentines for their classmates, I couldn’t help thinking of when I was their age doing the same thing. After making the cards, I would sort out the heart candies by the two-word messages and labor over what candy would go into each envelope. I couldn’t give Cory Lindholm a candy saying, “BE MINE” nor could I…

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Simple and Attainable

No, I am not referring to my ex-girlfriends. I am talking about this magical time of the year when this year becomes last year, and my future is Timbuk 3 bright thanks to the long list of resolutions I create for the upcoming and soon to be awesome year. Unfortunately, the optimism is short-lived as the list of resolutions quickly evolve into character faults that are…

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All I want for Christmas is a Drum Set

All I want for Christmas is a drum set. Well, while I do want a drum set, there is more to it… Looking for insight, we recently met with the CEO of a local mobile game company after connecting through a mutual friend. His company had been through a roller coaster ride reaching the apex with over 50 employees and 10 million in yearly revenues. Eventually…


Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy

I am a pimp. Not in the traditional sense, but I am a pimp. The majority of my job is trying to pimp our company and games to anyone willing (or unwilling) to give the time of day by every possible means. Spending each day writing emails, posting on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram, making cold calls, participating in press calls, responding to forums… it never ends.…

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Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde and Social Media

I have never understood social media. As the only male in a family of volatile women social media was the gasoline to their pile of smoldering unresolved issues. Growing up with more of a bury it rather than deal with it approach, social media provided the passive aggressive vehicle needed to exchange character flaws and “constructive criticism” with each other (and the world). From my perspective…

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