Have a Go

The rest of the reading will depend upon the foundation of one’s understanding. That’s why learners will always have a go. They grab a hold of the big picture. Moving around those trying to be what is the notion that they should be grabbing on to.

Present Fruition

Evolutionary technology like 3D printing and nano medical will soon be a part of our daily lives. You’ll be able to bring your potential to fruition. There are though, those peak questions. But, ways to catch up to the future present are here.

New White Paper Released


Part 1 of Leading With the Intangible: In Business and Practice, about entrepreneurial thought has been released! At $9.95, this is guaranteed to help your enterprise, whether or not you work at a startup. Reach out, and get yours today.

What is Failure?


What can we say about learned experiences? Are they really the only way to have a gaggle of followers? As we step over the road and begin to feel the right way to go about it, there is a conceived notion in the picture. This is how a group can advance to the next step by learning about past failures. But failure more often then not becomes an aspect of success, rather than the more concrete path, succeeding by failing. Is there ever a win out there? Sure, but it is not awarded, it is thought about in retrospect.

Assessing Worker Intangibles


How do you know what gets you hired, destiny or due course?

Richard White assesses these intangibles, he believes those that work with serendipity are better hires, but then asks whether storytelling could be more important.

There are many fantastic employees that seem to elevate. And others that create their own track.

When is it appropriate to know when to go with what is given?

Is This Happening?


As companies grasp to what has worked and what needs to work in order to continue being profitable, the question to ask is, is this happening?

The Almighty List of Lessons


Is a blog but a list of lessons? This post by the founder of Fab, has to be the best comprehensive piece of advice for any technology startup doer out there currently. Sure I disagree with a few of the 90 statements- maybe this is telling and that this current piece of writing is really just what happens to make sense to me.


Think 5 steps ahead. Very hard to do, but it’s what differentiates great companies from good companies. Think where things are going, what the impact of today’s decisions will be tomorrow. What the chain of events is likely to be. Tough stuff, but so important.

The Book Has Been Changed :)


What was once Telling Time: Strategy for Humanists is now Leading with the Intangible, In Business and Practice. My, ahem, publisher, thought it would a good move knowing where my strengths are. The crowds of people that have waiting for the former will now have to make do with the new and improved format. As I get farther into the writing process, I will share a sample PDF so that you can get a look into the outline of this work. Looking to connect with great minds, drop me a line if you are interested in what I am doing.

After a Hiccup, the Blog is Back


After a minor hosting hiccup, iantyner.com is back! I’ve since switched hosts, which should be better moving forward. Still working on the book, and would love to hear some feedback from you, the reader.

Open Sourcing?


With much progression made in 2011 with my company, it’s a good time to start working on the book. This will probably take up less time than I think – I’ve never written a book, much harder then I ever thought! Slated with a 2013 release, Telling Time will have to be a a major focus though. Thinking about open sourcing some chapters, what do you think?

A Stoic Business Life?

“The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious.” – Marcus Aurelius


Having started a company and writing a book, I’d like to think that represents living a Stoic business life. This might seem contradictory as material gains are not part of that religionosophy, but in this unethical world that we live in, it just seemed like the appropriate mantra to live by during the continual entrepreneurial process.

Welcome to My Blog


Welcome! Take a seat and enjoy the ride… this is the outlet where I will be writing about my thoughts of life and business. It will also serve as a scratch pad for my upcoming book, Telling Time – Strategy for Humanists, which is scheduled for a 2013 release.

If at any point, you the reader, feel the need to make a blunt critique or bare the honest truth of any ideas expressed on this blog- do not hesitate to flame me!

As they say, writing begets writing, in that vein I will try to update this log once a week with helpful hints, lessons learned, and teachings that I seek out in my quest of reaching 9th dan and then some. Since my vocabulary is actually fairly limited, I will also make an effort to refer to the old dictionary and thesaurus- if you read a word that seems utterly out of place, now you know why.

With this said, let the blogging begin and hold on because this is just another dogleg only oriented golf course that should be as fun for you as it is for me. Vale.