Monthly Archives: January 2014

PODCAST – 11: Neal Wiggins Shares How He Ended Up In The San Francisco Bay Area

In Podcast By Bryan J. Jacop / January 30, 2014

1.         Intro Originally from North Carolina, Neal moved to San Francisco for work after finishing school in DC. Always game for an adventure, Neal never worries about venturing outside of his … Read Mode

A Bird’s Eye View Of San Francisco

In Blog , San Francisco Bay Area By Bryan J. Jacop / January 27, 2014

Located is very lucky. Rather, I should say, I am very lucky. A lot of Located’s success to date has been due to the generosity of friends and colleagues that … Read Mode

Announcing Located Thoughts

In Blog , Business , Mindset By Bryan J. Jacop / January 23, 2014

Back when I started Located, I did so with the goal in mind to help new arrivals to the Bay Area become successful, and as a continuation of that thought, … Read Mode

PODCAST – 10: Robert Schuman Talks About What He Loves About the Bay Area

In Podcast , San Francisco Bay Area By Bryan J. Jacop / January 22, 2014

 1.         Intro Robert got jealous of the innovation culture in San Francisco, so he decided to move out to get some of that innovative San Francisco action.  He’s been working … Read Mode

PODCAST – 9: Amery Zhen Shares a Few of Her Favorite Things

In Podcast , San Francisco Bay Area By Bryan J. Jacop / January 15, 2014

Intro Amery currently lives in Oakland and works in the city as a Technical Recruiter. She moved back to the Bay Area after attending U.C Davis and now plans to … Read Mode

Staying Humble Amidst Struggle

In Blog , Business , Mindset By Bryan J. Jacop / January 13, 2014

Holy Crap!  This life thing is hard.  And I’m one of those really positive people that always look to best of things.  I’m always thinking of what I could do, … Read Mode

Thinking About a Big New Years Resolution? Don’t Bother, It Won’t Work

In Blog , Mindset , Success By Bryan J. Jacop / January 2, 2014

At the start of every New Year, everyone makes huge New Years Resolutions to change their life.  Most of these goals have on thing in common; they fail. There are … Read Mode