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Matthew Pritchett

Christian, husband, father, business owner, developer.

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Want To Be A High Performer? Here’s How To Start.

In case you haven’t read any other posts of mine, I talk about Chris Lema, a lot. Chris is someone that has made several big impacts on my career and life. He hired me at Crowd Favorite to solve big client services problems. He helped me build a foundation and vision for my own business […]

Career

I’ve Joined The Lift Team

As of Monday, August 1, 2016, I’ve joined the team at Lift, a digital product agency. I’m super excited about the work these guys are doing and excited to see where the future takes us. Unfortunately, this also means that I have left Crowd Favorite. Working with Karim and the team was an incredible experience […]

family

Thoughts on Side Projects and Family

If you don’t know John Saddington, entrepreneur, software engineer, indie developer, and family man, you need to stop right now and go read his blog. The whole thing. I’ll wait. Ok, now that you’re back, 🙂 I hope you read his most recent post on this topic. I have a huge amount of respect for […]

Should I?

My eldest had her third birthday this weekend. We had a very fun, present-filled celebration with family and even FaceTimed with those that couldn’t be there. It was a truly merry time. One of the things that I learning as a father is to enjoy those little moments as they fly by and are so […]

Growing Outside the WordPress Box

Growing Outside the WordPress Box

Sometimes I get too focused. I stop growing. I’ve been “head down” for the past several months. After joining Crowd Favorite, I jumped right into several projects. I also moved 800 miles from Texas to Georgia. Moving is both expensive and complex. There are licenses to update, crazy amounts of bills and lots of records […]

What Putting Family First Actually Means

What Putting Family First Actually Means

Disclaimer: I realize, up front, that not everyone is in the position that I am. Not everyone values the same things I do. Nor does everyone believe the same things that I do. But you, dear reader, are on my personal blog. You have been warned. 🙂 There’s been a lot of tweets, chatter, blog […]

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day to all my fellow Americans. I’m taking the day off to spend time with friends and family in preparation for tomorrow’s national holiday. Enjoy your day off if you can and grill some meat and sip something cold. 🙂

Reducing Clutter

Reducing Clutter

My family and I are leaving Texas. Don’t get me wrong, we have loved living in Dallas. There are lots of things to do, lots of restaurants, and our church small group has been awesome. But we have decided that we want to be closer to family for ourselves and our children. We’ll be heading […]

Another Side of Imposter Syndrome

Another Side of Imposter Syndrome

So I recently announced that I started as a front end developer with Crowd Favorite, a super awesome WordPress agency. I’m just starting week three of my journey at Crowd Favorite and it has been an awesome journey thus far. But I had several realizations last week as I was jumping into my first client project with […]

April Goals

April’s Goals

March, for me, was both an exciting and a disastrous month. I turned 26. I blogged a total of 10 times out of 22 week days. I joined Crowd Favorite as a front end developer. I was sick not once but twice. But I’m moving past it. I’ve celebrated the wins and now I’m moving […]

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