“You should call me beautiful,” Lindsay said with a smile, “you always used to call me that.” “Yeah,” I replied, “back when I was in high school and I had zero responsibilities other than keeping my grades in the safe zone, writing you love notes, and lifting weights.” I shifted my gaze to the … Continue reading Moving Forward then Looking Backward
Apps. Phones. Computers. Tablets. Electronic books. Computer in your pocket. Always having access to virtually unlimited knowledge (i.e. Google). Never getting lost. Never unavailable. Always connected. What do we end up with after living life like this for so many years? Nothing but digital records. This is something I'm beginning to have a problem with. We … Continue reading Bringing Back the Tangible Life
http://youtu.be/DHGENAocNT4 If you have an urge to create something, create it. Be yourself. All the time. Don't do something just to please other people; do it because it is the true you. Enjoy what you do. Good stuff. Learn more about Meaghan Farrell.
When I look back at decisions I have made, or a chain of decisions I made, and attempt to identify one thing that may have led me to make those decisions, I land on Urgency. "We need this now!" "We cannot wait any longer, we have to make a decision today." "I know we took four months to … Continue reading Urgency Reserved for Life and Death Situations
I recently switched our mobile plan from AT&T to T-Mobile, for reasons that are related to the e-book I'm working on. At AT&T I had it running as a business account through my company and had the two cell-phones and one iPad Mini on the contract. These three items were costing a bit more than … Continue reading Treat Other Humans Like Humans
Soren Kierkegaard said, "Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." He means that in order to live life forward you must look backward so that you know how to move forward and where to move forward. Unless we understand the past, we cannot truly learn where to go in the … Continue reading Do we live life forwards, but examine it backwards?
Comparing electricity to the Internet is actually simple. Electricity changed things. It changed how humans lived life, worked, played, communicated, and so much more. The Internet did a lot of the same. It changed how we communicate, spend our free time, earn a living, and so much more (banking, investing, booking vacations, buying groceries, etc). … Continue reading What is More Important: Electricity or the Internet?