Posted by Chris Van Dusen on November 14, 2011 ·
As an entrepreneur there is one thing that is both precious and hard to come by. Time. We make decisions all day that impact how much time we have for everything and everyone in our lives. We prioritize, make lists and try to accomplish all we can on a daily basis, constantly pushing forward and working to accomplish our goals. This is not inherently bad, however, sometimes we tend to spend all our time on business goals and sacrifice having a more balanced life. Look, I am not turning into a hippie, [...]
Posted by Chris Van Dusen on May 16, 2011 ·
Hot off the press this morning on the OC Metro blog How Its Done by Bryan Elliott.
How It’s Done is an inside look at the people in Orange County that are making things happen. From small businesses to the big guys, I write a little about how they go about their business.
Introducing Chris Van Dusen, Owner, i-FFICIENCY. Chris teaches entrepreneurs and business professionals to utilize new technology into their sales and general business processes. Their goal is to create a remote efficiency jedi [...]
Posted by Chris Van Dusen on December 22, 2010 ·
Guest Post by Cynthia Bemis @highoctane
Photo Courtesy of http://www.penn-olson.com
When asked to be a guest blogger for the iGuy and iGirl on why I love the the Droid, I launched into my mental list of features I adore: the qwerty keyboard, the haptic feedback (vibration response), and most of all the service through Verizon. I could go on and on, so I approached it a different way. What is it about the iPhone that makes people look past it’s imperfections and limitations and upgrade to the [...]
Posted by Chris Van Dusen on December 20, 2010 ·
Guest Post by Reggie E @oakleyOC
The past month I put the Philips Padded Easel Case for the iPad to the test. My iPad is always on the go, and needs that extra protection. However, for now I wasn’t ready for a titanium shield around it. The case’s exterior is smooth and is resistant to most palm marks, but once in a while some latent ones from lunch are easily wiped clean. The texture is friendly to decals, an opportunity to truly customize this case and make it an extension of me.