Balancing Life’s Checkbook

Balancing Life's Checkbook

This is an essay from my popular 100 Days of Leadership Series. If you would like to learn how to become a leader in your organization, your community, or in your personal life, sign up here to receive these short essays directly to your inbox. There is an unusual, yet really powerful heuristic for leadership that I’ve subconsciously used…

The Iteration Game

The Iteration Game

This is an essay from my popular 100 Days of Leadership Series. If you would like to learn how to become a leader in your organization, your community, or in your personal life, sign up here to receive these short essays directly to your inbox. Playing the iteration game makes you fearless and egoless—the pinnacle of leadership. My friend…

The Digital Gold Rush Is Near

If you’ve ever dreamt of starting your own business, start building it online now, before the gold rush ensues. The gold rush was a common occurrence during the 19th century. From North America to South Africa to Australia, miners came in search of gold and in search of fortune. But at the heart of it,…

Site Update: August 2020

Coming to you from a new apartment, new environment, and new beginnings. August was my fourth month on this blog, and perhaps the most eventful. There were lots of ups, downs, and everything in between in August. I wrote five essays that meant a lot to me personally, I moved with my girlfriend to a…

11 Modern Books for Revolutionizing Your Life

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"Reading books is the real-life version of collecting mushrooms in Super Mario.” — Random guy on Twitter Ever walk down the aisles of a bookstore and feel an intense FOMO on all the books you want to read? You realize that time on Earth is finite, and when you combine the fact that you need to…

10 Ways to Make Room for Work That Matters

If your goal is happiness and meaning in your work, you must make room for the work that matters to you. Pre-pandemic, focus was hard to come by. I used to be all over the place. Checking email here, texting a friend there, catching a glimpse of the TV here, checking the fridge over there.…