On today’s Daily Nugget, I reflect upon the unfortunate confusion between myself and a former master sommelier by the same name.
On today’s Daily Nugget I reflect upon turning 50 while on an epic hike to the Tahquitz Peak Fire Lookout.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I reflect on the dinner I made the night before. As an entrepreneur and digital agency over it often seems like projects are never complete. Cooking offers me the gratification of completing a task and the ability to immediately experience the benefits.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I clear my mind while hiking in the coastal hills with my wife, Brooke, and our three dogs Nora, Oliver, and Finn.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I reflect on the great time I had in Oceanside the night before and realized that the reason why was that I went into the evening with zero expectations. By freeing yourself from what you expect you open yourself up to felicity.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I reflect on the Rubik’s Cube and how my out-of-the-box solution to solving it (breaking it and putting it back together) is not dissimilar to entrepreneurship.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I reflect on the podcast interview I had the day before with Michael Houlihan, founder of Barefoot Wines. During the interview, I asked Michael what tips he had for a winery or craft beverage producer to get into worthy cause marketing.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I share the news that a client sent a notification that they were going to move to a new agency. Losing a client is never fun, but there is a silver lining.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I share my hack to quickly produce process documents and standard operating procedures. The secret? Record a loom video and then share it with a freelancer to write out the process step by step.
On today’s Daily Nugget, I reflect on the soup I made last night. Here are 5 tips I learned:
1 – Smoke the brisket until it can be broken apart with the chopsticks.
2 – Cook the stock and the sweet onions alongside the brisket for a rich smokey broth.
3 – Roast the carrots during the final hour of smoking the brisket.
4 – Marinate the soft boiled eggs in shoyu and sake for at least 4 hours preferably overnight
5 – Use Thai Basil there is nothing like the sweet, basily flavor it gives the soup.