nils smith

Breaking My Apple Addiction

Apple has undeniably made life easy and convenient for me in the last 10 years yet I’m slowly finding myself moving away from the Apple ecosystem and exploring other options. In the latest episode of my vlog, I’m sharing my reasons and would love to know if you have or are considering this transition as well.

My Thoughts on Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency: Libra

Cryptocurrency is becoming more widely accepted sooner than expected, thanks in part to Facebook’s launch of its own cryptocurrency, Libra. For quite some time I’ve been studying about cryptocurrency and believe it can be a big help to nonprofit organizations and churches. In this episode of the vlog, I’m sharing with you why we should be paying attention to Libra and its development, how different it is with other cryptocurrencies, and more.

I’d also love for you to check out the book I co-wrote with Nick Runyon, ‘Crypto for Good’: https://www.amazon.com/Crypto-Good-Demystifying-Cryptocurrencies-Nonprofits-ebook/dp/B07P8BCVVY.

Is TikTok the Next Big Thing?

Have you heard of Tik Tok? You may have heard about it from friends or likely you have seen an ad on Facebook and YouTube. Tik Tok is trending up right now and many people, including celebrities, are jumping into the bandwagon. The creativity of users on Tik Tok is fun to see, but can it be the next big thing on social media? I answer this question on this episode of the vlog.

4 Things to Learn from Joe Rogan’s Digital Strategy

If you’ve watched Fear Factor during its early days, you’re likely familiar with its well known host, Joe Rogan. He has been an early pioneer in digital media and with that, he has over four million subscribers on his YouTube channel, the Joe Rogan Experience. He also puts out a lot of content on his podcast which continues to sit atop the Top 10 charts of all podcast platforms. In this episode, I’m talking about four important things innovative leaders can learn from his digital strategy.

3 Essential Tools for Remote Teams

I’ve been working remotely for almost five years now. I love the flexibility that allows me to be able to work from home, while traveling, and with a team that is distributed around the world. In the process, I’ve learned the need for tools to collaborate, organize, systematize and personalize connections. In this episode, I’m talking about three essential tools my team and I have been using, that may also help you work more effectively. How about you? What tools do you and your team use?