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A Little Something Cool and a Favor
So, I've been working on something that I think is pretty cool, though I'm not ready to share it just yet (there are a few folks in the beta group that get to see some of the behind the scenes stuff, but it is not ready for prime time). Anyway, as we progre...
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What to do when nobody's listening
The allure of broadcasting to the world is the audience. The response. Speakers don't speak to talk to themselves on stage. Changing the lives of the audience drives the communication. Bloggers write in the hopes that someone will read what they have writte...
Quick thoughts on what to do when you think you have a message, but not an audience.
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How to Prep a Conference Presentation
Congratulations! You have a speaking gig at a conference coming up. Your only problem? Now you have to prep your presentation for what you hope will be a huge and welcoming audience. Where do you begin? Hopefully you have identified the topic to speak on an...
Looking for tips on giving a great presentation at a conference or convention? Start here.
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How You Need to React to News of a Merger or Acquisition
I've been in several conversations over the past two weeks given some news that a company where many of my friends work will soon be acquired. I thought that I might be a good idea to put some thoughts down on what to do if you're faced with the news that a...
Don't Panic. The news that your company and another are merging can frighten you, but here are some tips to take a more thoughtful approach to your future.
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Vote With Your Feet
So Presidents' Day yesterday celebrated all of those whom we have elected here in the United States to lead our nation. It also was the date of the Grammy awards and countless mattress sales across the country. Why mattresses? Anyway, when thinking about to...
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Groundhog Day (or How Infinity Defines Your Priorities Today)
Decided to throw an extra post in here this week for Groundhog Day, one of my favorite "holidays" of sorts. I am unclear whether or not my delight with the February 2 stems from some rodent-mysticism-fascination from my childhood or simply developed as an e...
Decided to throw an extra post in here this week for Groundhog Day, one of my favorite "holidays" of sorts. I am unclear whether or not my delight with the February 2 stems from some rodent-mysticism-fascination from my childhood or simply developed as an eccentricity following the amazing Bill ...
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The Theory of Microservices and Your Productivity
How can you tackle the biggest problems that you face? When you or or business are faced with some humongous task that frightens you, how can you address it? There's a trend in software development (something I come in contact with a little bit in the day j...
By stealing ideas from software development methodologies and architecture, you can look at ways to tackle difficult challenges and create an optimum solution.
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Happy Belated Birthday, Blog (and What I've Learned About My Piles of Content)
If you happened to have been born on March 23 (or any day from then until now), then a belated happy birthday to you! Otherwise, I'm celebrating the fact that this blog has stuck around for just over a full 365 days. I thought about writing some April Fool'...
After a year of blogging, I reflect on what I have learned and how my whole blogging strategy has changed, whether intentionally or accidentally.
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Key Marketing Metrics to Guide Your Online Marketing Efforts
To grow your business, you already know that you have to engage in marketing. So you spend time building campaigns and running ads across various platforms. You write killer content for your content marketing efforts. You hit your social media platforms wit...
Overview of key marketing metrics to let you know how well your lead generation efforts are performing.
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5 Questions You Have to Ask Before Taking a New Job
In the past couple of weeks, several friends of mine have asked me whether or not they should seek out a new job. Several new positions opened up during some organizational change, causing many more than usual to consider a change of pace. But my friends ar...
So you think you want to go get a new job? Do a little self-evaluation first.
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Super Bowl Takeaways
So the Super Bowl ended in a way that no one predicted before the game, with a Denver victory. The betting line on the game favored Carolina by 5.5 points, and yet they lost by more than that. You could make it a sob story about the 17-2 Carolina team who h...
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Making the Most of Business Travel
Once upon a time, or so I hear, people considered business travel a perk of certain jobs. Most people I know now, though, consider it a chore or just a necessity. Maybe the global nature of business has increased the frequency of travel for some. Certainly ...
How to make business travel a little more palatable.
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We got take out, but they were wonderfully nice, had reasonable prices, and great tasting food. Much better than trying to find the same or comparable food for $15+ a person elsewhere. Place seemed empty, but the food is great and I'd encourage stopping in for some.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Gotta say, we were excited to find this as an alternative to Kokila over in Lewisville, especially once Kokila closed. The food here is decent, but the service is horrible. horrible. Horrible. And all we got is take out. We've tried it twice now, and on both occasions, I was told that it was going to be like 30-45 minutes (which is long in my opinion), only to get there and wait alongside other frustrated patrons for an additional 20 minutes with nothing to occupy my time other than my cell phone and a Bollywood movie. Luckily an Indian restaurant has reopened over in Lewisville, so we'll be heading there next time, not going back to Papad'z. Again, the food is decent (if you are eating there prepare for styrofoam plates in addition to your long wait), but only plan on eating there if you don't want to eat in the next hour or two. Oh, and it is small, cramped, and not particularly clean. Good luck.
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Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Have taken our bichons to Pet Spa for 4-5 years now. Randy and the whole crew are great. The dogs are excited to get there and always get a great cut.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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It's Scruffy's. Show up early, stay late. And you should go there just because you should go there.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago