Tag: business

The End of Gyms? Part 2

In my last post, The End of Gyms? Part 1, I covered some of the macro challenges gyms are facing in a post-Coronavirus world. I suspect many gyms are going to fail for the reasons cited in that post.

However, … [continue reading]

The End of Gyms?

We are all trying to guess what life will be like when society reopens from the coronavirus lockdowns. One area that I have been thinking about a lot is gyms.

Is the Business Model Now Broken?

I fear that a … [continue reading]

The Leap

This book came highly recommended by a few bloggers that I respect.

The Leap: How 3 Simple Changes Can Propel Your Career from Good to Great
The Leap: How 3 Simple Changes Can Propel Your Career from Good to Great by Rick Smith is nothing new. I think this book has been written a … [continue reading]

Top 6 Reasons We Can’t Be Business Partners

I get asked frequently to help others on business projects. In recent years, I have started declining most offers. Although I have not learned the qualities of a good business partner, I have isolated a few qualities of poor ones.… [continue reading]

Am I the Last One to Read The Long Tail?

I finally got around to reading one of the most cited business books of the decade. In fairness to me, I did read the original Wired article from October 2004 when it first came out.

Long Tail, The, Revised and Updated Edition: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More
Long Tail, The, Revised and … [continue reading]

The World is Flat and I Feel Fine

Just finished reading an outstanding book called The World is Flat – A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century (expanded 2006 version) by Thomas Friedman. As a web developer that came of age at the dawn of the web, I … [continue reading]