My new header shows me in my office. What it doesn't show is the concrete floor, the disconnected light fixture, the trim that still needs to go up, the closet disassembled, and the unfinished wall … [Read more...] about Hang In There
Business – So much of life is wrapped up in it
I have a tune perpetually stuck in my head: "Takin' care of business everyday; takin' care of business every way." Business to me is much more than money, sales, goals, projections, etc. Business – at least how business should be – is more about freedom, thinking, engaging, living. Much of life is, in my opinion, takin' care of business.
The nonprofit I run (Training Minds) is mostly about training young people for academic speech and debate competition. We're doing it right, year-in and year-out the results speak for themselves. Our … [Read more...] about Beyond Competition
I go to coffee at Serranos Coffee Company quite often, stick my earphones in, select some music on Pandora, and pound out some work while I sip down my 16 oz coffee. I'm not quite a regular like some … [Read more...] about How Serranos Uses Facebook to Build Community
Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged threw me into a thoughtful analysis of how much influence government has on entrepreneurs. I haven't read the book, but I had the opportunity to see one of the movies when … [Read more...] about What Would You Tell Atlas?
We're about 1/2 way done with the development of my home office, probably the toughest work behind us. In three days we've demolished a small part of the basement, erected closet walls, insulated, … [Read more...] about 10 Business Lessons in a Do-It-Yourself Project
I have a profound thought. I'm self-employed because I love life and my family. These two themes are threaded throughout ChrisJeub.com, you know that. But this remodeling project is bringing these two … [Read more...] about Pictures of Our Office Suite Development