A big focus of mine at Coalmarch has been building models of the lawn and pest control industries and using those models in the sales process to predict future traffic. Here’s a blog post I wrote about that process!
I had the opportunity to write a post for the BackOffice blog this month! BackOffice is a piece of human resources software that Coalmarch is creating, and we’re writing some fresh content for it with the goal of providing some helpful content for business owners.
My topic was a book-of-the-month post on E-Myth and how the E-Myth personalities relate to the Meyers-Briggs personalities. It was pretty interesting to discover the parallels!
I haven’t had a ton of free time to work on personal blog posts, but I did write another one for Coalmarch! This one is about finding a way around an Excel formula I’d been having trouble with.
Welcome! I wrote two different intros–one for those unfamiliar with anchor cleaning (tends to be newer climbers) and those familiar with it. For those unfamiliar with anchor cleaning: Thanks for checking this out! Cleaning a climbing anchor is one of the essentials skills you’ll need if you want to climb outside. “Cleaning” is a thing you do […]
The Raleigh SEO Meetup is “the most successful SEO meetup in the United States”. They hold monthly meetings with a mix of small business owners, agency folk, and corporate employees in attendance, and focus on actionable advice instead of just theory. This is one of the reasons they’ve been doing so well. I was honored […]
I posted a follow up to my first blog post on Coalmarch! I go over how we finished our KPI tracking system and some of the challenges we experienced on the way.
I was given the awesome opportunity to write a blog post for Crank Arm Brewery! Coalmarch built their website and needed some content and I know a little about beer so…
It’s an interesting post on the beer culture in Raleigh and where I think it came from and the effects it has had on the city!
Triumphs of Experience by George E. Vaillant is the latest book on the longest longitudinal study of human development ever undertaken. The Grant Study, as it is informally called, started in 1938 and studied the lives of over 200 men that went to Harvard. This book, written in 2012, recapped the physical and emotional snapshots and […]