For whatever reason, I’ve never really gotten into Seth Godin even though he has a huge following online and is one of the gurus on web marketing. But I put his little book Meatball on my plate a few weeks ago and while I’m not quite finished with it yet, my experience so far has [...]
Archive for February, 2009
It’s a snap to embed a fully functional version of your virtual tour onto another website, including your interactive floor plans. Just use TourVista’s Large Widget, like so: Here’s a demo of the Mini Widget.
TourVista Virtual Tours (my website!) makes it really easy to market your property on the Interweb. =) You get a dedicated website at TourVista for your property, plus a widget that can be added to any other website, like this: You can also embed a larger version of your virtual tour on another website, like [...]
Sunny was the keynote speaker at Seattle’s Entrepreneur University in 2007 and she blew me away. Not just what she said, which I’ve summarized below, but also her positive, go-gettum, no nonsense attitude really resonated with me. I like her style of “get off your butt and go figure it out” and not just throw [...]
Next Up: The 4 Hour Work Week – anxious to read this one… The Man from Earth Good to Great Built to Last The Art of War Richest Man in Babylon Art of the Start by Guy Kawasaki Any suggestions? Done: Valley Boy by Tom Perkins (07/01/09) Golf is a Game of Confidence by Dr. [...]
Not really worth reading in full, but some good examples of trusting our first instinct when making decisions. When we over think a problem we tend to get in our own way and make the solution a lot more complicated than need be. Easier said than done, but good food for thought. Just not too [...]
… to keep track of the books on my reading list and maybe even some notes or thoughts that occurred while I was reading each book. I’ve noticed that just about every smart person I know seems to read a lot. Personally, I hardly ever read and was never much of a reader growing up. [...]