Tag: self betterment

Self Sabotage is a Cop Out

Total Read Time: 6 Minutes It can feel like a moat sometimes. Filled with tears, bridge burned, and castle doors boarded shut. They say to let people in, but sometimes you’re on the outside yourself. You’re the only one who can swim across. It’s not like ruining your shoesSo you can’t run anymoreOr even ruining

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Moments of Clarity: What Do You Want?

Total Read Time: 6 Minutes I’m working on shortening the down time. It takes weeks recently, but it’s been months before. I spend so much effort and time planning: writing down ideas, plotting out their fruition, mentally wrestling my own discipline to start wanting it enough to make something happen. That’s the secret, isn’t it?

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Latest Thoughts: A Theory on Alcoholism and Self Harm

Total Read Time: 4 Minutes I like how recording artists release their work. The music of their heart and soul is poured out daily until they let go of a compilation. It is… released. Released by a few bad shifts at workMindset is productivityResponsibility and discipline highlightedBy their absence Mindset as soil Ideas as seeds.

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Self Acceptance vs. Complacency

Total Read Time: 5 Minutes I recently heard Tim Ferris’s interview of Brene Brown (Episode #409 – The Tim Ferriss Show) where they discussed relationships. As with most of his podcasts, Tim discussed ways of self betterment. He and Brene reach a topic that I in particular can relate and empathize with: the topic of

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Why do some people Never Break Up?

Total Read Time: 5 Minutes What a lovely palindrome of a day (02 02 20 20). I was informed it was also our 33rd day of the year, with 333 days left. Allow me to geek out over numbers, moon patterns… moving onward! People are so caught up in finding someone to be with. Maybe

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“Consider THIS Before Your Next Conversation.”

Total Read Time: 5 Minutes Have you ever heard about the family that you actually got to choose for yourself? How about that you are the average of the 5 closest people to you? (Tim Ferriss quote… Seems to be a theme in my mentorship). The common denominator is your choice. It really doesn’t matter

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When to Promote Yourself to Manager

Total Read Time: 3 Minutes Short answer: right now, but it’ll take people three years to believe it. Leadership starts every day when the alarm goes off. Start by managing yourself. People naturally want self improvement. It’s called progress. We do not like to go backward. When those people see you succeeding, they will want

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How to WIN Today: Forget the Nail; Just Swing the Hammer

Total Read Time: 4 Minutes “Basically as we try to design more than we can comprehend, more than we can understand. We will shift from traditional engineering to evolutionary algorithms and iterative learning algorithms like deep learning and machine learning. And as we shift this engineering to the training of these iterative algorithms, the locust

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The Hands That Hold You Down, Could Be Hands That Pull You Up

Total Read Time: 6 Minutes Picture a man riding a chariot pulled by two winged horses. The horses: one noble and sound paired with one of the opposite will. The horses are the devil and angel on your shoulders. The charioteer is your mind. The chariot, your body. Without the reign of enlightened reason and

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