Since selling LessAccounting Allan and I have come to realize that we've had wants not goals.
I've always been a person who worries, I've always been looking ahead and planning my route but my worries have changed alot over the years.
I love sailing and in this article I'll talk about how you can start sailing as a hobby.
I've been doing remote work for almost ten years. Here's what I've learned.
If you wanted it to build a product you’d find a way to get time to work on it. If you really wanted to start that new hobby you’d sacrifice something to find the time and money to do it.
Here's some much asked for trivia about Steven.
My Dad just sent me this. It’s from my High School English Teacher, Senior year.
In the past few years I've built go-carts, built a 200+ sq ft workshop, written several eBooks. How do I create a life where I have time to work on side projects?
Life is never "normal" it's in a constant state of change.
Allan explains his social insecurities while attending industry conferences and meeting new people.
Creating your art does not come with instructions.
Fighting back fears in life is tough, it does get easier but it'll always be a battle against your inner self.
Steve explains how flying cars will finally be brought to reality.
Don't wait for the "right time" to start creating your art.
2012 taught me some painful but valuable lessons.
Steve describes and categorizes the types of relationships he has
Allan saves some of his favorite funny tweets from Columbus Day 2012.
Allan talks about how he pretends to be an extrovert when he's really an introvert.
Allan writes a letter to people that seek help but don't put in the effort themselves.
Success people are not smarter than you, they're not better looking, less stressed or better dancers. They're only able to find the time to improve, meet people and help their careers soar.
Allan shares some deep thoughts about words and how they are used. He often likes to quote the great Ru Paul: "How can you love someone else, if you don't love yourself?"
Steven Bristol gives some practical advice on when and how to correct someone's grammar.
My experiences have shaped who I am today.
Being a co-founder of a startup is a busy lifestyle. This year, my family and I went to Costa Rica for a working/vacation for 18 days.
We all know that handful of talented people with no drive to do anything special with that talent. Or they want to do something with it, but either never do or squander it floundering on “wastes of time.”
We're led to believe that the more money we make, the happier we'll be. This is flawed thinking. Here's why.
A quick thought about the importance of balancing work properly with life and the guilt that comes from neglecting to do so.
Allan gets personal and tells you exactly why no one wants to read your tweets.
Steve explains that the key to good communication is understanding.
Steven talks about how fear is the enemy of all great decisions.
A lesson on what exactly it is that you're in control of and not in control of.
My father always told me that the hardest part of any job is finishing it. Here are somethings you can do to make it easier to finish.
Some soul-searching that might help you realize you're addicted to something.
Fame seems to be one of those topics that people are afraid of talk about. Let's talk about it.
Allan reflects on his life as a dreamer.
Allan explains what it is besides the brew that keeps him coming back to his favorite coffee shop.
Announcing Less.TV episode 10.
Allan's favorite part of a commencement speech by Newstalk radio host, Neil Boortz.
Allan challenges readers to grow a pair and make a bold move today.
Allan's wife, Anna pitches her idea of a brilliant web app to her husband.
Allan tells us what features he dislikes about Apple TV and which features are missing.
Announcing: Less.TV episode 9.
Allan shares his "mild-mannered" opinion about where you can shove your Twitter Filter.
Steve addresses a question he received following his previous post.
Announcing: the 8th episode of Less.TV.
Allan shares some of his favorite commercials from the 2009 Super Bowl.
10 things to always remember to be, even when it's hard.
An inspirational piece of literature that has stuck with Allan since a very young age.
Enjoy watching Steve ramble about how he doesn't wear pants to work anymore and how that's his "new thing".
Allan takes us inside his world as he turns 28.
In light of the Guy Kawasaki fiasco from a couple weeks ago, Steve spends this episode of Less.TV making fun of Allan for being popular.
Allan challenges humankind as a whole to come back to the days of consideration and kindness.
A few morsels of inspiration to cap off the week of launching.
A bit of encouragement to take that awesome project you're considering and do the work.
Inspiration from great minds. Here's a visual.
Allan wants to be able to see the local radar on his iPhone home screen with one click of a button.
Tips for the next time you stay with a friend out of town.
Cab-calling idea for an app by Allan.
Allan shares an idea for a card-counting app. Take it and do what you will.
A comprehensive list of the things that all nerds have in common. You can use this the next time you're at a conference.
There had to be a time when web reporting wasn't so boring, right?
Some great quotes by the amazing Randy Pausch in his final lecture.
What happened during your week off from Twitter? I don't know, let me check Facebook.
Some of Allan's reasoning concerning Twitter etiquette.
There a 6 questions that Allan will always answer. Here they are in no distinct order.
Some things Allan does when he's in a piss-poor mood.
A comprehensive list of rules for successful friendships.
"Really Achieving Your Childhood Dream" talk from Carnegie Mellon Professor, Randy Pausch.
Seth Godin and Gary Vaynerchuk; two names you should definitely know in the blogosphere.
What does a really good day truly consist of?
Would you drive a hundred miles in the middle of the night to pick up a friend in need?
A link to a photo we found flattering.
You can't let your work cause you to neglect your life. Here are a few things Allan, Steve and the Less Everything team do to maintain balance.
Allan reviews his 2nd book, Seth Godin's "The Dip" in a way you're probably not expecting.
In an industry like this, it's easy to forget how blessed we are to work here.
Ever lost your iPod charger and all you had was an onion?
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