I remember being extremely fascinated by the concept of “potential energy” in school. My earliest memories of the concept are from sometime around junior high, maybe eighth grade, on the second floor, end of the hallway in the big science room. If you think about that, this is saying something because, seriously, how often can you… Read More
This is excellent advice for so many reasons, and I’ve said this for a long time. However, Horowitz has more credibility and says it better. So, just watch the video. I won’t need to say much more. :) Please share this… and tell your kids… and friends… and yourself. Here’s the original article from Horowitz.
Most of us learn how to work and rest the hard way if we learn it at all. However, I believe it’s more simple than we think if we put forth a bit of effort. There’s two different cycles you can choose to set yourself in, and one will leave you stressed, if not miserable, while the other will leave you happy, and even encouraged, by both your work and your rest.
It is okay to blog about yourself, unless you want people to read it. And yet, a blog in which one doesn’t talk about himself will not be much for reading either. Facts are fine and all, but stories are what we care about. With my last post, which was basically one giant allusion to… Read More
There are many ways to win a fight. Everyone has their own strengths and strategies. Sometimes your best bet is to out-muscle your opponent. Sometimes it’s to out-think or out-maneuver. Yet there are other fights in life that we, metaphorically or not, must simply take a beating while we wear the other person down or psych them… Read More
Today I had a fun little experience in which a guy who followed my online activity when I was active a year ago left a comment on a different site I currently own and operate. I then responded to him there and we exchanged a few pleasant words. He then said, “Hey by the way, I miss… Read More
One of the best things about transitions in life is that they force you to reflect – consider what was, could have been, should have been, is, should be, and will be. Since I’m changing entire cities, jobs, friendships and more, I’ve had a plethora of things to reflect on. I know with an intro like… Read More