Monthly Archives: August 2002

It Ain’t The Meat, It’s The Motion

Over the past couple of years, I’ve been lucky enough to have had Blue Penguin featured twice in The Sunday Boston Globe. Not incidental stuff either. Big, prominent, positive coverage on the first page or two of the Money & Business section. As my dad likes to say, “you couldn’t pay for that kind of coverage.” But I’ll tell you a little secret. As exciting as it is, it doesn’t lead to all that much new business. The fact is, […] Click to read more…

 

Ignore My Advice

I came downstairs the other morning to find my three year old son Jonathan eating a waffle for breakfast. He was sitting up on a chair balancing a plate on his lap, a good three feet away from the nearest table. I asked him, “Jon, why are you sitting way over here, instead of over at the kitchen table?” He just smiled and said, “That’s where my chair was.” At three years old, most of your world is arranged by […] Click to read more…