It’s probably not possible to quantify the number of people in the world who do what we’ve all done: opened up a smartphone and browsed. And browsed. And browsed some more.
If you place a great deal of importance on accomplishments or just plain getting stuff done, you probably have a lot of goals. If you have a lot of goals, you probably struggle to prioritize them. Now there are some people that can fairly easily connect the dots between their goals and the trajectory of […]
A few weeks ago I had someone share Norm Wakefield’s “Equipped to Love” sermon with me. It was an extremely stirring and challenging message because it cut to some of the difficulties with following Jesus. Despite what many churches may say corporately, the true life Christians are called to live is not easy, nor is it […]
Perhaps it’s always been the way of the world. Maybe it’s just the worldview presented by the media outlets I consume. It certainly seems to me that society obsesses over maximizing personal success as early in life as possible. Many parents aspire to raise elite athletes or top-tier performers by the age of 15. The […]
Many are aware that international investment in China continues to increase. The standard of living and buying power of Chinese citizens exhibits a similar growth pattern. Furthermore, internet adoption and access rates in China have exploded creating the largest population of internet users in the world. This has piqued the interest of many international organizations […]
A friend of mine posed this very question on LinkedIn a few days ago. LinkedIn is a great place for this kind of question because virtually everyone there has an opinion on how hiring works (or how it should work). Before I dive into my opinion, I want to start by saying that I went […]
It’s amazing how many organizations have marketing strategies that revolve around a single conversion point. Whether it’s a form submission, signing up for a trial, or visiting a brick-and-mortar establishment, many marketers obsess over these singular action points. The problem is that there are human beings behind these individual actions. As we know, human aren’t […]
My prediction is that 2017 is the year when artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning go mainstream. Up until now they’ve essentially be trendy buzzwords thrown around by everyday people (including myself) and abstract concepts reserved for computer scientists and mathematicians. That’s changing. The mainstreaming of AI opens up a set of philosophical questions about […]