Balance at Work

June 25, 2020 |  Categories:  Meditations  

Since COVID forced everyone in my company to work from home it seems that I have had more meetings than in the past. Meetings have become the scourge of my existence. Dramatic I know, but they kill so much of my momentum during the day. Most of them can be replaced with a simple email or a ping on Microsoft Teams/Slack or whatever technology is used for chat. One of my buds shared the below article with me that touches on the topic. Give it a read.


June 23, 2020 |  Categories:  Self-Development  

Just paid for the Certified Ethical Hacker exam. Going into a cave to make sure I pass this.

I Surprise Myself

June 22, 2020 |  Categories:  Tech   Meditations  

For the past few weeks I've been attempting to solve an assignment from my online Python for web development course. It was driving me crazy trying to complete it. I got really far in it. Like 80% complete. But I was stuck for a few days and decided to move on to the next lesson. You know what I found out? The assignment required that I watch two classes to have a base understanding of the material before completing the assignment. I am impressed that I was able to figure most of it …

Father Forgets

June 21, 2020 |  Categories:  Meditations  

Happy Fathers Day to all dads, step dads and father figures (which all men should strive to be). I'm once going through the classic Dale Carnegie book "How To Win Friends and Influence People." There's a section where Dale reads from W. Livingston's poem "Father Forgets" that every father or father figure should read. Please check out the YouTube video or the pdf below. https://youtu.…

Ready or Not

June 20, 2020 |  Categories:  Self-Development  

There is no such thing as ready. There is only now. - Hugh Laurie Heard this quote while doing my guided meditation and wanted to share and also use it as a reminder. A reminder that I don't need to wait for things to be perfect. They never will be.

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