This is a collection of books mentioned or read on Gilmore Girls
If your event is trying to promote innovation, you yourself should use forward-looking techniques to find speakers—and you will show yourself in the best light when you discover people who have terrific ideas but who are not already stale on the conference circuit.
I have a Candle Chair that takes care of the candles for the opening number,” Vredeveld said. “There is a Tree Monkey Chair who takes care of the people that climb into the tree and makes sure that the kids are safe. And help kids who faint out of the tree if they need help.
How is it already December? I have no idea.
November has some sexy and is generally more mellow than some other mixes, except for Sonic Area, which sounds like a video game or film soundtrack piece.
Really looking forward to more from Blood Orange & Hozier. What do you think?
Ask any entrepreneur in the Valley how their company’s going. “Oh, it’s going great. Everything’s fine.” But internally they’re always about to throw up.
We recently chatted with Tadd Mullinix—Ghostly artist of many aliases, including Dabrye and JTC (whose new 12” Valley Road (We Are 1)is out now)—about some of his favorite haunts in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he has resided for a number of years. Michigan locals, be sure to let us…
Looking forward to swinging through A2 next month while in MI for Christmas.
The new Muppet movie looks suitably full of awesome jokes.
Last night I was talking with A about my simple rules for maintaining a healthy relationship. The gist of the conversation was this: there are so many books and articles and thoughts on the subject, when it really boils down to these five sentences.
1. Assume the best.
This was a favorite from Iceland Airwaves.
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What I learned really quickly was it was all about the relationships. It was all about trust. It was all about meeting them where they were. It was about including them instead of saying to them, “This is what I want you to do.” During the first couple of months, I met with every person and I said: “I want you to tell me in the most honest way what you don’t like about your job. I’m not wired, and I’m not a spy.” I started to just really understand their ideas and to implement those. None of them had had performance reviews, and they had no feedback loop. I just started to realize very quickly that this really was all about the relationships.
Oct 2013 mix
October features a mix of artists I caught at Iceland Airwaves and other favorites. It’s definitely one of my favorite playlists this year.
Take a listen!