When I was in kindergarten, my mother found out that there was no full-time computer lab teacher at my school. This was Austin in the early ‘90s, and we had a lot of parents who worked at tech firms like IBM and Dell, but kids were only learning how to touch-type.
Think about what opportunities in your life usually look like. I’ll hazard a guess based on a little experience: someone you didn’t originally have any reason to believe would greatly influence your life, did.
This is a list of things that I’ve learned as I try to transition from being a student of computer science to a student entrepreneur.
Here’s what to remember the next time you want to have a great customer service experience.
So here goes my attempt at explaining why what I’m advocating is not a return to the Articles of Confederation or the creation of a new Constitution, but simply a new, slightly different interpretation of our excellent existing Constitution.
If you are a staunch Democrat or Republican, this article is probably not going to change your mind about what you believe. I hope, however, that it leads you to at least question blind faith in those parties. Let’s take a different look at some big issues of the day to see if we can color outside the lines a little bit.
The president isn’t a CEO of a company. He’s the mentor of a lot of small companies.