Mark your calendars: On June 19 I’ll be hosting a fireside chat with Arby’s social media legend, Josh Martin

April 7, 2014

I’m excited to announce that on June 19th at the Atlanta Tech Village, I’ll be hosting a Metro Atlanta Chamber fireside chat with Josh Martin of Arby’s. Yes, this Josh Martin. The topic is social media and Josh is the definitive #badass in this area. Need more proof? Here. I hope to see a bunch […]

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An inspiring example of paying it forward

April 6, 2014

As I look to create more things like Advice For Good and MATCH in order to embrace and socialize the “pay it forward” ideal, I love reading about stories like this that only help to fuel my passion in this area. (Lex Alexander) started an Indiegogo campaign to help fund his tuition to further his coding education. […]

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A Dragon Army field trip to Zoo Atlanta

April 5, 2014

Yesterday, thanks to my good friend Raymond King, CEO of Zoo Atlanta, the Dragon Army team was given an amazing behind-the-scenes tour of Zoo Atlanta. Because we were on a tour with the CEO, we were allowed to go super “behind the scenes”… …and get up close and personal with the animals. We had to […]

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5 Questions for a CEO: Moira Vetter, Modo Modo

April 4, 2014

This is the eigth installment of my “5 Questions for a CEO” series. The first was with Raymond King, CEO of Zoo Atlanta; the second was with Devon Wijesinghe, CEO of Insightpool; the third with Mark Feinberg, CEO of Uruut; the fourth with Simms Jenkins, BrightWave Marketing; the fifth was with Rob Kischuk, CEO of PerfectPost; the sixth was Kyle Porter, […]

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Introducing Advice For Good and a terrific event with Sanjay Parekh and Ed Trimble

April 3, 2014

I’m really excited to announce that Advice For Good (AFG) is officially live! For the full backstory on how AFG was conceived, you can read this blog post, but essentially its a marketplace where business/life advice meets supporting the community. Here’s how it works. Someone is seeking advice and decides they want to ask one of […]

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An exercise to get started blogging

April 2, 2014

I have many friends that want to start blogging or have started several times and haven’t been able to keep up with it. Blogging is a difficult thing to find a rhythm with, but what I hear most is that there is difficulty in finding enough things to say. The fact is, everyone has interesting […]

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My roller coaster ride as an entrepreneur

April 1, 2014

I was honored a few weeks back to be asked to speak at Startup Grind Atlanta. Chris hosts a great fireside chat and we had a lot of fun batting stories around. The entirety of the chat is at the bottom of this post, but in case you want the quick version, it went like […]

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The digital tools I use on a daily basis

March 31, 2014

Joe Koufman pointed out to me recently that the old “My Tools” section on my blog was fairly out of date. And he was as right as Google Wave was wrong. Yeah, Google Wave was on there. I removed the page from my blog as I don’t think its relevant any longer, but I copy […]

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“Do you adhere to a writing process or do you blog and publish as desired?”

March 30, 2014

I was asked this question by a friend recently, “Do you adhere to a writing process or do you blog and publish as desired?” Great question. ~ Every morning, anywhere from 6:00am to 8:00am (it’s 7:40am while I write this), I sit down to write a blog post. It’s the opposite strategy that David has, […]

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If this doesn’t pump you up, I don’t know what will. Yes, even you, Bulldogs.

March 29, 2014
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