Should You Control Your Teens’ iPhone Use?
So you got your teenager an iPhone! Nice. You realize, of course, that you just gave 100% complete access to all the world’s information & content on a device more powerful than the Apollo 11 to a pubescent young adult whose prefrontal cortex … Keep reading >>>
I’ve been blogging since 2005, but this blog at kevinsandlin.com has been in existence since 2015. The chart below shows you the annual growth and views and visitors over these past four years. These for years have taught me that, while social media seems to drive awareness and clicks, SEO … Keep reading >>>
What started as a simple service to our community ended with a very real service to a member of our community.
Following is a diary of sorts for a short term entrepreneurial venture that me and my family engaged in this fall. The goal at first was to make a … Keep reading >>>
There is a group of high school students who would most likely “fall through the cracks” once they finish high school. You probably know some of these kids, but you may not know the challenges they face today or the even bigger challenges they will face once they are out … Keep reading >>>
If this is the first you’re reading of our goat renting adventure, please start here with the post that describes how we chose this adventure. And just as a side note, whenever you have a choice of the old standard way to do something or the adventurous way, choose … Keep reading >>>
We recently moved across Roswell to a new home that will be our last home. We’re never moving again, but that’s another story. Now, we love our new home, but the backyard is mostly covered in English Ivy. Ivy is beautiful and low maintenance for the most part, but it … Keep reading >>>
This week, TAG hosted an event at Mercedes Benz Stadium called #FintechSouth. In addition to honoring some heavy hitting players in the Atlanta FinTech space, TAG held a pitch contest for new fintech startups. The winner of the pitch contest is Qoins, a two-man startup that began as a … Keep reading >>>
A while back, I wrote a series of blog posts about “giving your gift”. Those articles, listed below, are my way of thinking out loud about how Pitch Practice has served as a learning tool for me. Specifically, Pitch Practice has, for the last 5 years, given me an outlet … Keep reading >>>
As the 5 year anniversary of Pitch Practice rapidly approaches, the path and brand of the meetup continue to amaze me. In the last month, we’ve had one of our largest groups ever to fill The Pitch Practice Boardroom made up entirely of people who are not members of ATV. … Keep reading >>>
Happy Tax Day, everyone! Usually, we opt for an extension on filing our taxes. Being self-employed, my wife and I both have weird stuff to work out, so we are ok with the consequences of an extension. But this year, we got it all together, and our tax accountant was … Keep reading >>>