April 2015

Last night I made a declaration that really helped me put my life into perspective. That declaration was about what really mattered the most in my life and I had to be brutally honest about what those things are.

There are things from my past life that I haven’t been able to let go of that I have been holding me back in ways I never cared to acknowledge.

I can’t say what triggered these revelations but I’d like to try and start making sense of some things by talking about this quote I read earlier that day:

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Everyone is becoming an entrepreneur these days. Such a loaded word can mean so many different things to people, but the constant that remains true in any definition is simply:

You need to put in the work.

Entrepreneurs work long hours for themselves so they don’t have to work fewer for somebody else.

Entrepreneurs live their lives like nobody will so one day they can live their lives like nobody can.

These mantras personify what it means to be an entrepreneur and sound great when you have no other way of describing what you do to “normal” people, but what is it that makes an entrepreneur truly different?

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Last night I was working on styling comments in the upcoming version of Marketers Delight and I discovered something that’s always been a curiosity in the back of my mind.

If you’re familiar with the WordPress comments system, you’ve more than likely styled author comments by targeting the bypostauthor class WordPress automatically outputs to author comments.

This class is very useful as you can write custom CSS to make an author comment look different from everyone else’s comments. For example, you could change the background or border color to make it stand out a little more.

The problem is, it’s just CSS. If you wanted to do something like add a text badge next to the author’s comment that says something like “Post Author”, you’d either have to write a bunch of pseudo CSS or write some strange PHP (I’ve Googled this, and there aren’t any *great* answers).

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