I remember back to my earlier interviews and all employers wanted someone who was good at “multitasking.” I haven’t interviewed for a normal job in a while but I’m hoping that question has been thrown out the door. We’re constantly bombarded with distractions these days so it’s really important to shut stuff off and focus so you can get things done. This article from Success magazine, “How to Get More Done in Less Time” by Michael Maven has some great tips. For the past year I’ve been using the “One Page Productivity Planner” from Brendon Burchard and it really helps me move the needle on what is most important.
BT’s Summer Mix is Out!
People are always asking what new albums to buy. If you haven’t gotten on the Spotify bandwagon you should check it out. I’ve been a premium subscriber for a while now and it is fantastic. If you buy music on a regular basis, this will save you a ton of money and let you discover a massive amount of music. Since my first dual deck boom box, I’ve been making playlists. Every season I’ll add all of the songs that I like to a seasonal playlist. Here are the 88 songs that I loved listening to this summer. The Fall – 2015 playlist is in the works and will be published the first day of winter. Enjoy!
Ever wonder what Mr. Jefferson’s Public Land Survey System looks like 230 years later?
Even When You Go Off the Grind, You Might Still Be On It – Derek Watkins, The New York Times
Follow @the.jefferson.grid on Instagram to see what they find next.
Commercial Real Estate Rents in Knoxville are Affordable
10 U.S. Tech Markets with Fastest Growing Rents – Elaine Misonzhnik, National Real Estate Investor
According to the NAI Knoxville Q2-2015 Market Report office rents in the Knoxville are are averaging $14.72 per square foot. The closest comparable city in this list is Raleigh, NC and their average office rents are $23.31 per square foot. Ouch.
Funny Clip of the Week
I guess this is what Neyland will be like since AT&T upgraded the cell service. Hilarious. Folks opposed to the new cell tower in Fountain City might be on to something…