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The Financial Benefit of Not Caring What Society Thinks

To see if anyone had any tips for smuggling huge amounts of Chipotle into a hotel (which I only discovered at the last minute wasn‘t allowed), I searched Google for "Chipotle wedding". I wasn‘t the only person who had the idea to have Chipotle catering for my wedding, bu

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How to Live an Aligned Life

Have you ever noticed that amongst people who seem to be doing "the right thing", results vary wildly? Throughout my life I‘ve met a ton of hard workers with great habits. You‘d expect that they would all do similarly well, but they don‘t. Some are very happy, fulfilled,

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How Quickly We Adapt

Eleven years ago I switched to a Dvorak keyboard. I was worried that I would get carpal tunnel syndrome if I stuck to Qwerty, so I made the switch. The first few days were pure agony, but then after a week or two it felt as natural as anything else. And, of course, it‘s

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Gratitude 2017

I like writing my annual gratitude post, mostly because it‘s an easy one. I have a ton of things to be grateful for, and I like talking about those things. Fairly frequently, often at night before I go to sleep, I make a mental account of the things for which I‘m gratefu

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Superhuman Event #1

I‘ve mentioned a few times wanting to do a live event, but what keeps me from setting a date and doing it is how many different ideas I have on formats and sizes. So, I‘m going to just pick a date, see who signs up, and tailor the event to the number of people and type o

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Life Work Balance

I think a lot about work life balance on cruises because all of the noise is stripped away from life when you‘re on the ship. There are no errands, few interruptions, and no chores. You‘re left with the resources to do whatever you want, from work to sitting at the pool

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Wow 2017

I‘m not sure how to even begin talking about 2017, except to say that it was a really exceptional year for me. As I‘ve said in previous years, every year of my life has so far been better than the previous. The primary driver is that I work for permanent, not fleeting, p

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The Most Important Daily Task

What‘s the most important thing on which you could spend your time right now? Really think about it, don‘t just keep skimming. Maybe it‘s a work thing, maybe it‘s an errand, maybe it‘s spending time with someone important, maybe it‘s finally starting a new important habi

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Making the Biggest Decisions

I wanted to write a post about making the Biggest Decisions. Before doing so, I thought I‘d jot down some of mine and look for commonalities. What surprised me most was how few decisions of this magnitude there were. Depending on where I set the bar, I‘ve probably only m

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The 2018 Gear Post

I‘m going to do something a little bit different with the gear post this year. Usually I go over every single item in a small amount of detail. This year has only a few changes but they are really exciting changes, so I‘m going to highlight only the differences. Once yo

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