I’ve worked with Chris Pirillo in one capacity or another since 2007. It was around that time that someone joined a live stream I was doing and asked me if I had ever heard of him. She talked up Pirillo’s live feed (which was going 24/7 with full audio piped from his home office) and told me I should definitely check it out. I did, and the months that followed were some of the most important in my career.
Think about your company. What would it take to get it “over” among its customers? What can you do to help make that happen?
In a way, companies are just players in an ongoing industry story.
Jane McGonical, a game designer, suffered a severe concussion which left her bedridden and deeply depressed. It was through this trauma that she came up with the concept of a role-playing recovery game that not only helped her to recover, but may actually extend the life of its players by as much as 10 years.
I’m writing this almost exactly 24 hours after having my gallbladder removed via laparoscopic surgery. This is a procedure that was deemed necessary after two major gallbladder attacks sent me to the ER, and an uncounted number of smaller attacks have been plaguing me for months (if not years).
Ken is a hockey fan. The Philadelphia Flyers is his favorite team. When he’s not cheering them on, he’s streaming his gaming experience playing titles like Diablo 3, World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Starcraft, and other games on his popular channel at [Twitch.tv](http://www.twitch.tv/nohandsken). He also happens to be a quadriplegic.