Balanced means you have something held perfectly in the middle so no part of it falls. You can't be an amazing father living in the middle. You can't be a high achiever at work living in the middle.
Learn to take personal accountability for everything in your life = you making shit really happen in your life. You're in control of 100% of your life. Yes, there are things that happen to you that you're not in control of... But no matter what you always control your reaction to them, and you control … Continue reading Everything is My Fault
The way you do it isn't right. It also isn't wrong. The way you do it is the way YOU do it. That's because there is no RIGHT. Only right for YOU. So don’t judge others for the way they do it, because that is THEIR right. But more importantly, don't judge yourself. You'll see … Continue reading The Way You Do It Isn’t Right
The internet is here, and it's ready to start paying you. So is it easier, or harder than getting a regular job? I guess that depends on you! So in this blog post, I'm going to give you the framework to get going and start earning. Let's go! It takes a lot of work to … Continue reading The Internet Will Pay You (But You Gotta Hustle)
The other day I wrote post called Imaginary Enemies where I talked about loving negative stuff like "haters" holding you down. I didn't know this at the time of writing it, but "imaginary haters" is a thing!! When I googled it I found a tons of memes! Now, I don't happen to agree with all … Continue reading The Reason You Haven’t Accomplished Something Special (Yet)
I have an analogy that I use to teach active problem solving; I liken it to slaying a dragon. Now, the important part of this analogy is the timing of WHEN you slay your dragon
Kids Have Imaginary Friends Adults have Imaginary Enemies If you care enough to nickname an imaginary group of people “haters” then you're probably delusional.
Wen we compete, it's actually a zero sum game. Start seeing life differently. Feel it as a community, not a competition.
So I'm currently unemployed. Yes, it's amazing in many ways, especially because I've worked over 60 hours per week since I was 25 years old. But I can't finish as many things as I thought I could with all this free time! It's been crazy!
Good Wednesday Morning! I had a funny conversation with my best friend last night. He just got back from a 10 day vacation out in the wilderness at a family cabin up in north Washington (practically Canada), and he was telling me that he thinks that the way society is set up with work and … Continue reading For the Love of the Grind (Why I Don’t Set Many Goals)