I was cleaning out my closet the other day and came across this club flyer from way back in the day. It was my first DJ flyer – the only one I’ve ever held on to – and I just remember thinking how cool it was to see my DJ name on a club flyer. Since I was attending the University of Puget Sound at the time, I passed it out in the cafeteria of the student union building and exactly zero people came up from Tacoma.
I’ll admit it: I have sparingly posted here on my blog the past few months. But I have a good excuse: I’ve been rebranding all three of…
I would argue that I’ve improved significantly at this wedding DJing thing since this reception in 2006. Happy #ThrowbackThursday y’all.
Mobile DJs: if you are like me, you may pole mount a speaker on top of your subwoofer from time to time. I frequently do with…
Over the past two months, I’ve focused less on my blog and more on getting my house and office in order, so to speak. One of my main goals – and as I’ve come to discover, an extremely time-consuming endeavor for an entrepreneur like myself – was to make the switch in 2017 to a completely paperless home and office.
As of this post, I’m nearly there. The photo above came from a three-hour shredding session at my office; those four plastic bags and two plastic boxes are ten year’s worth of client paperwork for three different companies of mine. I’ve also sold a couple of filing cabinets, freeing up more space around the office. On a smaller scale, I’ve done similar at my house.
My goal is to be done by March 1st – and that includes digitally organizing the files on my computer as well, too. In the meantime, I wanted to pass on a few of the lessons I’ve learned for those considering going paperless: