The fourth month of my blog has been a bit shaky if that is a targeted description. But in spite of shaking numbers, the Hochstadt.com Party Contest put that all behind and we focused on happiness and the good things in live nonetheless.
The party contest is over now, and as we can see […]Continue Reading →
Just a quick note that I’m at the finishing touches of the winner post. It shall be live in a couple hours, perhaps earlier.
My stomach is better today. My wife feels a bit better too, although she was diagnosed with a rising “vascular cerebral accident,” and therefore has to take good care of what […]Continue Reading →
Just a quick update for you all to know what’s going on.
First, we went to the hospital because my wife’s left body side fell asleep a bit (hope that’s the correct description.) She feels better now but still needs to visit another doctor tomorrow.
Then I obviously ate something that my stomach does not […]Continue Reading →
It seems as if the majority of bloggers use FeedBurner to distribute and track the use of their RSS feeds.
Every day I come across blogs showing off the neat little counter proudly displaying how many subscribers they have, just like so…
Here is the thing […]Continue Reading →
Copywriter Brent Hodgson got a page of insights from one of my interview DVDs with James Brausch. And he discovered a hidden message. Which?
Check it out…
I relate to what he says about sticking at it. Let me expand that by saying: Instead of adjusting […]Continue Reading →
Today’s SundayTV show features Steve Jobs, CEO and co-founder of Apple Computers, and his fabulous 2005 Stanford University speech. In plainspoken terms, his address struck a balance between the obstacles he has encountered during his notably public life and the lessons he has gleaned.
Entertainingly, he was wearing sandals and jeans under his black robe, […]Continue Reading →