A retro selfie at @zazahouston - loving this franchise. (at Hotel ZaZa Houston)
Something amazing is happening. All of this technology is making us more human again.
Last night in Dallas, I was held captive by a luscious bottle of red wine…I willfully became “The Prisoner” (at Hotel ZaZa Dallas)
A picturesque view of Dallas tonight from the @zazadallas #wishyouwerehere (at Hotel Zaza at the pool)
Loving the vibe at @zazadallas… (at Hotel ZaZa Dallas)
Updated from #WTF, The Wheel of Disruption for 2014-2015.
A digital reunion in real life @tomforemski @dberlind and a photobomb by @serena (at W San Francisco)
Trying my intellectual on with @sarahmariaaustin’s glasses in SF. (at W San Francisco)
Old school is in session…
Invest in relationships. Appreciate people who bring value to you and your network. At the same time, ensure you’re surrounded by people who also appreciate you. It’s how you’ll get to where you’re going whether solo or with a little help from your friends.
1) Embrace technology to lead it rather than react to it.
2) Build meaningful relationships, don’t just network to work your way upward.
3) Become part of the community, invest in it and don’t just take from it.
4) Give freely because you want to…because it’s where you can add value.
5) Earn what you deserve.
Please take a moment to watch what I hope is a refreshing discussion…
The new @49ers stadium under construction. On approach to San Jose. #levis (at Levi’s Stadium)
Santa Monica, CA #postcard (at Santa Monica State Beach Pier)
Peering down through the clouds on approach to Burbank, CA (at Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR))
Just received this note from a team representing the taxi industry to highlight their side of the story…
A chosen group of licensed taxicab drivers in Palo Alto are expected to gather today at city hall to protest the April 2nd public hearing that will determine whether or not “ridesharing” companies such as Uber and Lyft will be allowed to operate. Since the launch of these “ridesharing” companies in Palo Alto, taxi drivers claim to have lost 30 to 40 percent of their business.
Some key messages that the drivers would like to express include:
What’s your take?
If your initial reaction to my written work is TL;DR, then my humble response is GTFO.