Tagged With: World Domination Summit
We all know what we need to do. But a lot of the time, we just don’t do it. Some of the reasons are well-trodden and known. We’re all busy, we’re all stressed, we’re all tired. There’s not much that needs to be said about those. But I find that there are two other, less … Continue reading
If there’s anything I know a lot about, it’s that there are so many ways that we are enticed to spend money. I know how advertising works. You are shown something that makes you feel like you want/need some thing or experience, and it compels you to buy it, either now or in the future. I … Continue reading
It’s been a little over six months since the 2014 World Domination Summit and I thought it would be good to talk about the event from the vantage point of a little bit of distance. Why bother? Why talk about an event that’s a half year old, and that I’ve already reviewed? Easy, because … Continue reading
Within a space of two weeks, I have volunteered at two events: World Domination Summit and Northwest String Summit. (Interesting coincidence how both events happen to use the word “Summit” in their title.) The two events couldn’t be more different: WDS is an urban gathering centered around downtown concert halls, while NWSS takes place in … Continue reading
I’m writing this on the morning after the end of the fourth-annual World Domination Summit, my third year of attendance, and my second year of being a volunteer, or “Ambassador”. I still have color powder on my arms from the closing party with DJ Prashant. My notebooks, business cards, and other interesting swag (Brave … Continue reading
How do we live a remarkable life in a conventional world? So goes the tagline and the refrain for the World Domination Summit, a curiously-named conference organized by Chris Guillebeau and located in my home town.