Monthly Archives: September 2014

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

This industry, design and computer/internet technology, is constantly evolving and changing. Trends and skill-sharing, learning new tools and tricks to make your work more productive. I personally have learned this lesson thoroughly since I started here at Powerserve. Going to college for design, you learn all the fundamental basics. I’m working in a place that’s web-focused, combined with strategic thinking, and that’s different for me. I’m constantly learning, and it’s fantastic. My attitude soon aimed to be teachable, to be patient with myself, and understand that there is always a chance to learn something.

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Team Cable vs. Team Internet

Battle for the Net

Team Cable vs. Team Internet

Cable companies are famous for high prices and poor service. Several rank as the most hated companies in America. Now, they’re attacking the Internet—their one competitor and our only refuge–with plans to charge websites arbitrary fees and slow (to a crawl) any sites that won’t pay up. If they win, the Internet dies. 

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Leadership Lessons from Truett Cathy

Leadership Lessons From Truett Cathy

Today a great man passed away. A legend, one the world will always be inspired by. Truett Cathy observed many leadership qualities and habits that we would all do well to acknowledge. “I had a low image of myself because I was brought up in the deep Depression,” Cathy said in a 2008 interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I struggled to get through high school. I didn’t get to go to college. But it made me realize you can do anything if you want to bad enough.” (via)

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