In part one of his series on virtual reality, author B.J. Mendelson describes how advertising should (and should NOT) work in VR.
B.J. Mendelson talks about why he created the comic, “Vengeance, Nevada” and whether or not you can make Ghost Rider interesting.
What skills are we all going to need to find jobs in the 22nd Century? Will it be the same as the 19th?
It doesn’t matter what Tony Robbins does in the morning, it matters what you choose to do with your time.
These are two quick things you can do to get a hold of your finances and have money to promote what you want to promote.
Not sure if what you’re reading is the truth? Be like Batman. Ask one simple question: “Who benefits?”
The following are notes and quotes from George S. Clason’s classic book, “The Richest Man in Babylon.”
Ok. You read the funny book summary, but for those of you who want something more straightlaced, here’s your […]
A complete, and funny, book summary of George S. Clason’s classic “The Richest Man in Babylon.”
Author and speaker B.J. Mendelson appears on Chicago’s WGN radio to talk about the end of privacy and what we can do about it.