When I was a kid, my mom worked in the admissions office of a small liberal arts college. I remember overhearing a professor talking about the 3-month sabbatical that he was going to take. As an amateur nature photographer, he was looking forward to what he called a “working vacation.” Freedom has always been one… Continue reading The Hiatus That Became A Course Change
I’ve been planning on taking a hiatus from blogging over the holidays, but things have been so slow around here, it’s been more transitional than a sudden stop . Anyway, I’m taking a break from the blog for the next few weeks, and will be back after the New Year. Thanks to everyone for stopping… Continue reading Holiday Hiatus
This is the first guest post from Jon Morrow. Working at home is certainly convenient, but it can be dangerous to your social life. With no job to drag you out of the house, you might find that you no longer have a reason to leave. Sure, you might hop into the car and grab… Continue reading Are You Turning into a Home-Based Hermit?
Been kind of quiet around here the past two weeks. I expected that to happen when Teaching Sells launched. I usually underestimate how much I’ll be involved when launching a new project. I tend to get both excited and obsessed, so needless to say, my primary focus has been the new venture.
Graham had reached rock bottom. From an outside perspective, you’d never know it. But Graham had pulled himself up from a very low place years ago, and vowed never to be that low again. When you reach a certain level of success, you never want to reach true rock bottom again.