Cable TV is just outrageously expensive. For years, I’ve enjoyed a $120/mo promotional price but last month Comcast jacked up the rate. For $170, Comcast provided high speed internet (12MB), the Digital preferred video package (with HD channels) and AnyRoom DVR but no premium channels.
When I learned that they wouldn’t lower my price (and my prior critique of the Comcast streaming service certainly didn’t really help my case), I began to consider cutting the cord. Knowing that I’d save $100+ a month, I looked a few video streaming options:
For me 2012 was tougher than prior years because I transitioned into a new job and new role. I went from running an entire technology department at a large agency to running a smaller team at a technology consultancy. Once I checked-in my ego, I noticed that I was having fun getting to "play in the dirt" (again). And even though it required more — more mentally and personally — I also discovered that it was the right move as it brought more inner peace and happiness to me and my family.
Now that the tough part is behind me, I am motivated to get more out of the new year. I always want more — who doesn’t?! I just know that in order to succeed professionally I have set goals for myself. So below are my three business goals for 2013:
Last Saturday morning, I posted a picture of my coffee mug (with coffee in it) on Facebook. Didn’t use Instagram or filter — and I didn’t think anything of it until I saw this video last night. I hadn’t realized that I overshared but now that I know, I promise that I won’t do it again!
Thanks to Mara Mazzoni for sharing this video with me.