(Or dive-bombs, depending on which one of us you're talking about.)
Joseph La Ponza (just Joe to us) grew up in Orange County with dreams of being a fine artist. He spent his younger days in Westminster and Huntington Beach experimenting with sketches, watercolors, and oil painting, finding his way on whatever canvas he got his hands on.
"This is a business fable, but it's not like any business fable you've read before."
So begins Get a Grip, an illustrative guide for business leaders who are looking to take their companies to the next level.
Website Muscle had its annual post-holiday-new-year-quarter-one-meeting-plus-team-event (or PHNYQOMPTE for short)... and it was pretty epic, if we do say so ourselves. We've got some exciting new things coming down the pike this year, and we want to tell you all about them.
About a year ago, Website Muscle overhauled our internal project management system and switched from Basecamp to Jira.
Unlimited website support? Sounds fishy, right?
Seriously, how could a small operation like ours offer unlimited anything?
We LOVE the holidays at Website Muscle.
I'm not the only musician in the office, but I'm the most active one -- or at least the only one in an active band.
Because of this (and because I'm the closest person to our office's Bluetooth speaker) I'm usually in charge of programming the music for our work room.
A few years ago, I went to a Tony Robbins event called "Unleash the Power Within". During the event, Tony discussed an idea that has stayed with me for years: