Five Sports Interviews That Taught Me Business Lessons

I am a firm believer in the fact that people learn from their interactions with others. It’s simply a matter of if those individuals convert that knowledge (good or bad) into valuable use that sets people a part. In my previous career, which I still dabble in on occasion, I covered professional sports. This means thousands of one-on-one interactions with some of the most well known athletes in the world….

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Data Backup Planning is the Smart Plan

I worry — a lot. It has to do with ensuring my Web and mobile products never fail. Still, there are rare occasions when they do, and because of those instances I’ve learned how to have a better handle on my data backup. Live & Learn A few years back, my sports website, CheapSeatsRadio.net, was hacked. The rich New York sports content was replaced by a splash screen containing Chinese…

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Mover Review: An Efficient Data Transfer Solution

I am protective of several things in my life: family, friends, my dog and data. Earlier this month, I wrote about the steps I go through to protect and create backups of certain data. One of the tools mentioned was Mover, which claims to move your files from one cloud service to another. In the few weeks I’ve been using Mover, that claim has been 100 percent accurate, and the…

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Shoeboxed Streamlines Document Digitizing Process

When BakBurner Digital became an official company earlier this year, it meant I really needed to start being on top of the company’s finances. When I made a purchase using the company credit card, I couldn’t just let that be the only record on file. That meant saving every physical receipt — for the anti-hoarder in me that’s painful. Nor could I bare looking at a pile business cards I’ve…

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Fancy Hands Review: Virtual Assistants for Everyone

If you’ve read this blog long enough, then you know I’m big into finding ways to be more productive. Time is valuable — I have a full-time job, a company, a wife and 20-month-old son, and a ton of other things going on my life. I’m sure most of you have similar life situations. That’s why maximizing each second most on tasks that drive the following are the most important:…

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