Archive of month: September 2010

Okay, I know a bunch of you are furious. How couldn’t I like the Britney Spears episode? It’s GLEE. It’s Britney Spears? What else could I want? Simple. I wanted substance. Don’t get me wrong. The musical numbers were entertaining. Heather Morris proved herself to be an incredibly talented member of the cast. I still […]
I’ve been thinking a lot about time recently–not just because I have done a few times recently that opens up with time statistics, but also due to some reading and viewing. I’m sitting in the San Francisco airport right now. On my last flight, I finished reading Eat Pray Love. The final chapter (and I […]
I spent this past weekend up in Payson, Arizona the current students of the ASU Leadership Scholarship Program. It was a great experience (I should even have another video entry up soon that I shot while I was up in N. AZ). As an alum of the program, I’m always excited to see the current […]
Today was going to be my day to sleep. Not forever, just until late into the morning. I’ve enjoyed the past few weeks, but I’ve honestly been working or doing major activities ever since August 22nd. My days at home have been packed with morning meetings or events, and my weekends have been filled with […]
Today, I finally got around to watching Seth Godin’s 2006 talk at the TED Gel Conference. It’s a really great presentation highlighting seven reasons why things are “broken.” Check it out: Seth Godin at Gel 2006 from Gel Conference on Vimeo. The website mentioned in the talk has been changed to the Good Experience Blog. […]
If you want to quickly become one of my good friends, invite me to go out for brunch. Seriously, I think it is one of the most overlooked meals, and yet it’s my favorite meal to share with friends. I’m not talking breakfast (don’t get me wrong—I like that meal as well), but it’s all […]
I went out to dinner last night, grabbing a bite to eat near my current speaking site. As I pulled into the parking lot, I couldn’t believe what I saw. While there appeared to be many spaces, a lot of them could not actually be used simply because so many drivers had parked on the […]
I spent Labor Day weekend at Disneyland. It was a last second trip (I decided I’d go a week ago) to surprise some of my cousins as they ran the Disneyland 1/2 Marathon. My brother joined me for the weekend, making it a hilariously fun weekend with family. We spent a great deal of time […]
Last month I added the 30 Seconds to Mars This Is War album to my iTunes regular rotation. I purchased the tracks after listening to Kings & Queens in the trailers for several films. It remains my favorite song on the album, but I’ve quickly found a strong love for Vox Populi. The title is […]