When the task you’re working on seems too daunting, there is
a handy thought processing and organizational planning tool you can use to complete
your task without adding too much stress to your life.
It’s a short, sweet, easy to understand, and kind of awesome way of how to complete larger tasks with relative ease.
What you do is break down the task it in to its smaller “chunks”
rather than trying to think about the entire process at once.… Read More “#77 Chunk It Out”
Good Morning 🙂
If someone smiles at you, smile back if you can.
Sometimes a smile is just a friendly non-contact version of hello, a handshake, a sign of kindness, or even respect.
You should smile back because smiling feels good and makes
the other person feel good too.
I know it’s difficult to smile when we’re feeling the blues, upset, worried, or even angry, but if you make attempt, it might actually make you feel a bit better.…
Read More “#76 Smile Advice”
I wrote about this topic a little bit last at the beginning
of the last year, and I’d like to explore this topic a little more.
What I wrote about before is that we generally become the
average of the five people that we spend the bulk of our time with.
This post is about getting specific in regard to the people we spend our time with and how it’s going to change us on a fundamental level.…
Read More “#75 Get Choosy With Your People”
Why is does it feel like we have to rush our personal lives
to make time to support our work lives?
Shouldn’t it be the other way around?
When I worked for someone else it always seems like they wanted more time from me than I willing to give them; overtime was almost always required.
Most people that work a forty hour workweek have a routine in place that’s comfortable and fits their lifestyle, but when the boss asks for overtime, it tends to throw a wrench into the gears our personal lives.…
Read More “#74 Work Should Never Dictate The Pace Of Our Lives”
I think I’ve waited long enough to make my first post of the new year.
It might be a bit late, but happy new year anyways! I’m hoping that your 2020 is off to a great start.
This post really isn’t supposed to be about new beginnings, but as the first blog post of the year, I guess it can be.…
Read More “#73 The Happy New Year Post”
I had to share this awesome podcast episode with you.
I watched a Rogan podcast earlier this year with
Lex Fridman. He’s a professor at MIT, where he lectures on deep learning, artificial intelligence, and programming with respect to self driving vehicles and other technologies.
I’ve been listening and watching his “Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast” on a regular basis lately; I find the subject of deep learning fascinating.…
Read More “#72 Let’s Get Excited About The Future Of Technology”
I recently moved back to my hometown where I am currently garageless.
Eh… it’s no so bad really, but because I can’t keep my idle hands busy with welding and fabrication projects like I normally do, I’ve had to turn to my old friend 3D modelling and drafting to fill the void.
If you didn’t know, studied architecture in college and was a draftsman for about 10 years afterwards. …
Read More “#71 Fun with Fusion 360”
Let me preface by saying that Salsa and Salsa Con Queso are
both awesome, but if I had to choose only one for the rest of time, I’m going
to have to choose plain ol’ salsa.
The reason I went with salsa until the end of time is because
It’s hard to believe that there is any food that the amazing cheesy salsa doesn’t taste good with let alone one that is so closely paired with the wonderful tortilla chip.…
Read More “#70 The Battle For Nachos: Salsa vs Salsa Con Queso”
Just about every time I want to do just sit down on the couch or hop into bed to relax or de-stress, there is always a couple things that I forgot to do or put off right until the end of the day.
For example, last night while I was walking into the bedroom to get ready to hop into bed, I remembered that I forgot to move my car from the street to the driveway and put the garbage out for the following morning.…
Read More “#69 Don’t Be Lazy”
Earlier this year I started writing on a frequent basis in an attempt to quiet my mind organize all of the thoughts rolling around upstairs and their meanings.
Not only to find meaning, but to find a practical sense of direction and purpose in life.
This is essentially how I decided to deal with the proverbial mid-life extensional crisis that most, if not all of us will go through at some point.…
Read More “#68 No Regrets In Understanding”