Thinking Chair

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It doesn't really have to be fancy in order for you to get the job done.  

"If you want to be a writer and you don't know how or when; Find a quiet tree and use a humble pen" - Paul Simon

Or in our case... A highly connected, fully charged, picture taking, Super Computer that can fit into your pocket.  

Times may change, Technology may change, But the key principles of discipline, consistency and focus are fundamental laws that are timeless.  

Use what you have. Don’t always think you need more, because generations before you have achieved a lot more with a lot less so we have little excuse. 

Operate using the Bare Maximum.  

One Hit Wonder

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One Hit Wonder

It is easier to consume than it is to create. It is easy to say that that show is terrible, or that song just isn’t good enough. That that coach needs to be fired or that player should be substituted.

Easy, from this side of the fence.

But when you are the player, the coach, the producer, the singer, the artist. The creator. Your job is to create. You’re not looking to be a shooting star a passing fad or a one hit wonder.

You create. You do it again and again and again. Not for them, not for you, but because it’s what you were created to do.

Apogee mic and the studio in your pocket

Most of us carry a super computer in our pocket and we don’t even know it. More powerful than the computer used to put man on the moon. More advanced than the studio the Beatles recorded Abbey Road in. Able to communicate with just about any other human being on the planet.

But yet, we would rather use it to play candy crush, take pictures of ourselves in the gym and show the world what we had for dinner. 

When awesome tools exist, should we not use them to make the world a better place? Creating something beautiful and worth sharing.  

The Apogee Mic is a cool tool that I’ve come across that plugs into your super computer in your pocket and makes it better. 

If you are into home recording and want to make beautiful music, this one is definitely worth checking out.