The reality is that it is hard to make a living doing work that matters, but I’m more determined than ever to make it work.
Wediko has chosen C.C. Chapman to be the President of their Board of Directors.
What role does the weather have in what and how I do things? I thought I knew the answer, but I guess I don’t.
Just realized that it has been a year since I gave up drinking soda. Don’t miss it much.
A bit of reflection on what makes a good leader.
If I’ve learned one thing in my life, it is that you have to learn to trust your gut with the big decisions.
Amazing Things Will Happen hits shelves in Italy.
Announcing my departure from YSN and on to new adventures.
A quick review of the new book Show Your Work and then backing it up with showing some of my own.
Spring always finds me itching to be outside.
Brands and organizations must realize that once they create a community it is up to the members if it succeeds or not.
This week Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment released Titanfall.
Rarely do I get as excited about a new game as I was for this one. After playing the BETA and seeing first hand how amazing this game was I couldn’t wait for it to arrive.
This morning I popped the disc inRead More
As a writer, do you worry that the words won’t always be there? Today author C.C. Chapman is pondering that.
A weekend of shooting with my Samsung NX 300 camera.
Some thoughts on how brands wish they could buy your brand loyalty, but don’t realize how expensive that is.
Photo essay of my first snowshoeing trip in a long time.
Managing the Gray #130 focuses on remaining positive when the world angers you.
A new bracelet from Project Bead in memory of Mercy, a child who C.C. hoped to save after his visit to Ghana.
This weekend I found myself thinking about the beginning of email. When every new message arrived it was exciting because it was a note from someone you knew or someone looking to know you.
We didn’t have tons of emails yet and spam was out there, but it was a rarityRead More
Two inspiring videos that I wish everyone would watch. One from the Clinton Foundation on the importance of girls and the second from the NCFL on the importance of wonder.
It felt really good to speak at #FuelTheFuture and I left inspired because the idea behind what we are doing at YSN clicked more than ever before.
Ten years ago today, Facebook was created.
Since then it has grown to a worldwide site that millions of people go to every day, multiple times a day to share anything and everything.
If you haven’t seen it yet, every user has a Look Back video waiting for them. For some reasonRead More
The house is silent except for the slow passing by of cars trying hard not to slide on the freshly fallen snow.
Dylan is in the other room watching a video on the computer. His headphones don’t allow any noise to leak.
Mondays are a night when we rarely eat together dueRead More