The day my email was late

I like to email my list at the same time every day. For close to 1000 days, subscribers have seen me arrive in their inboxes at 7:30 am EST. It’s been there through rain or shine, and on the rare occasion that I catch some sort of flu bug. It’s been there...

What you can learn from a show about nothing

Last night I got out to see Jerry Seinfeld, who came to my neck of the woods to do a performance. I used to love watching Seinfeld back in high school and university, and it’s one of those shows that I find highly-watchable even 20 years after it went off the...

The problem with “safe spaces”

I’m reading an interesting book at the moment called The Coddling Of The American Mind, by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt. It talks about the attempts to protect college students from anything that could hurt their feelings. This includes blocking visits from...

Time

A quote about time, from Harvey MacKay: “Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spend it. Once you’ve lost it you can never get it back” I’m talking about time...

David vs Goliath email lists

If you have a small email list, you can feel a little like David vs the Goliaths with their enormous lists. I’ve been asked by some people if they need to have a certain size┬álist to benefit from sending┬ádaily emails. My response? If you have a list with even...

The worst karaoke song in the world

A friend shared a funny video the other day. It was of a guy singing karaoke in a bar, and his song of choice was “Tequila”. (By the way, my go-to karaoke songs are “Burning Love” and “Brown Eyed Girl” – I’ve broken a...

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