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How to Travel Well With Others

Since a few years ago, when I realized that I vastly preferred traveling with my friends versus traveling solo, almost all of my travel has been with other people. I‘m fortunate to have a group of friends who are really good travelers, but that‘s not always the case. If

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Minivans are the Best Vehicles

Over a year ago I was driving my Bentley in Las Vegas and a car ran a red light and drove straight into the side of it, sending it first into a sideways slide, and later to the body shop. The body shop repairing the car is extraordinarily slow. At first this bothered me

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Budapest One Is in the Books!

I have to admit, I was a little bit nervous about hosting the Budapest event, moreso even than when I hosted the very first event in Vegas. Vegas events are simple by design. I rent a really nice space, bring together some great people who are motivated to make their liv

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Cities and Friction

I like and spend time in several cities which are very different from each other. Las Vegas, Hilo (Hawaii), Budapest, rural Halifax (our island), and Tokyo. On paper it would be hard to draw many links between those cities, which of course led me to think about why I lik

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Superhuman 3 October Announcement

Superhuman 3 is coming in October to Las Vegas! I sent an email out to the Superhuman Vegas mailing list last week, but still have some spots available, so I‘m announcing the event over the blog. For those of you who aren‘t familiar with Superhuman events in Vegas, the g

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Crushing Persistent Problems

Not every problem in life requires overwhelming force applied to it, but I find that the best way to resolve issues that keep cropping up is to go totally overboard and crush them completely. I used to always try to post blog posts in the beginning of the week. Then that

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Two Totally Different Careers I‘m Considering

I‘ve gone through a lot of cycles of expansion and consolidation. I make a ton of progress, but then I circle back and solidify it, making sure that the gains will stay with me and that I‘m unencumbered enough to do the next thing. Now I‘m in the curious position of havi

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How to Support Your Friends Through Hard Times

Recently I‘ve had a lot of friends going through hard times. Not terrible times like great illness or financial loss, but times of growth like going through big life changes or breaking up with a significant other who you know isn‘t the right one. It‘s nice to be able to

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Remain Calm

Two friends and I went out scuba diving against the recommendation of the local divemaster. This was a very stupid idea and I knew it going in, but was frustrated that the conditions weren‘t good and really wanted my friends to get to scuba before they left. So we went o

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Things I‘ve Learned Through Coaching People

I‘ve now been coaching many people one on one for over 2 years. In that time all of them have had major positive life changes and a huge portion have already achieved goals that they had set for much longer time horizons. In some ways each person is totally different, bu

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