About Michael Haas


Posts by Michael Haas:

How to Handle Mistakes

Hiring is one of the most exciting aspects of my business; I only know these candidates from their resume and a few hour’s conversation, yet I’m tasked with deciding whether both they and I would be successful working together. So what does this hiring decision look like? Last week I received 40 application for my(…)

Dealing with Regret

First World Regrets How does anyone do this? I’m just 25 years old, yet in those short 25 years I’ve assembled an extraordinary number of small regrets to overanalyze.  At a moment’s notice, my mind is ready to go rogue and ruin my focus and mood, dredging my memories and pulling up body after dead body.(…)

Year One in our Tiny House: A Reflection

or: Why I have to carry my dog up a ladder twice daily. Our bedroom is lofted 7 feet off the ground, and accessible only by ladder or heroic pull-up, because for the past year I have lived in a tiny house. This tends to get people very excited-they’ve seen pictures, and TV shows, and(…)

This post is less about stuff, and more about focus, but lets start with the stuff. If you’re like me, most of your closets are at capacity, and when it comes time to move, the piles that come out of those closets are overwhelming. The funny part is, the reason most of this stuff was in the(…)

Archilochus – Greek poet (700 BC) “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.” Luke 10:41-42 But the Lord answered her, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things, but one thing is necessary.   Ever feel like you have great ideas, but struggle in their execution? Or feel like you have(…)