July 4th On this day, two hundred and forty years ago, the first Continental Congress approved the final draft of the Declaration of Independence in a little red brick Philadelphia building. That’s right. According to ConstitutionFacts.com, Congress did not sign
Where Are You From? When someone asks you where you are from most people will answer without hesitation. So, where are you from is a simple question? Where we lived during our formative years, generally considered to be the tweens
Promotion and Tours – Tom & Nancy Wise Agile Authors – Free February 22, 2016 through 26 Learn to network, build trust, and be an Agile Author Jill said – “I’ll be on the lookout for your book. It inspired me, for
Book trailers? Why Not Give One A Try! Book trailers are still relatively new to the publishing industry and most authors. It is difficult to find any information on what truly makes a book trailer good. It seems like “good”
What makes an agile team agile? Often development teams declare their move to agile methods and the rest of the team moans. A team will at times define agility as a lack of documentation or perhaps a rev-up in pace.
I wanted to share something with you this morning, Friends. My love and co-writer, Nancy asked me to read something a couple of days ago. She showed me a short story she wrote, inspired by a post on Facebook. It broke
#CAC15 Session- Rev Up Your Writing Process! Join Authors Tom & Nancy Wise at #CAC15 on Sun 9/27 from 10-11AM in the Hotel Bellwether Compass Room. We will share techniques from Agile Management and Virtual Trust practices used by Fortune 500 companies around
Tomorrow, September 12, 2015, my eldest son, Justin, a veteran of the Iraq War with the Army’s 101st Airborn, is running his first 50-mile marathon in honor of friend and fellow veteran Cory Muzzy. Cory was one of seven soldiers