Unverifiable Annual Review: Looking to 2020

s I noted in part 1: 2019 was a real doozy. As I sat down to think about what I wanted to be different about 2020, I was drawn to a post by a favorite on a depth year. His post which is now a couple of years advocates for deeper focus, rather than wider. Re-read…

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Unverifiable Annual Review: Looking Back at 2019

ach year for the past 9 years, I’ve taken a couple of days to review my year gone by and plan out my goals for the year to come. The exercise is incredibly focusing. It causes me to channel my energy more intentionally. It makes me take action. 2019 was bananas. Simultaneously amazing and overwhelming….

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Photo set: Iceland

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Unverifiable Annual Review Part 2: Looking to 2019

As I outlined in part 1, 2018 wasn’t the smoothest of years. Looking forward to 2019, I’m excited to have a fresh start. There is a lot of change on the horizon, and I’m itching to take things on head first. Life: Conduct 6 Micro Resolutions: These are 30 day challenges designed to shake things…

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Unverifiable Annual Review: Looking Back at 2018

018 was a year. I can’t really say it was a “great” year. Just a year. 365 days. In reality, 2018 was a bit of a dick. In August, my hometown was hit with a  epic flash flood that inflicted $75k of damage to our just-completed lake house (nope, not covered by insurance). We faired much…

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Photoset: 12 hour in Doha, Qatar

he flight options from Philadelphia to Bangkok are not ideal. For the first time in years I broke from my Delta/Skyteam fan-boy tendencies and grabbed a flight on Qatar Airlines. I did this for a couple reasons:   There happened to be a one stop flight option available. Qatar Air is considered one of the…

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Photo Set: Bangkok, Thailand

 

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Annual Review Part 2: Looking to 2018

n spite of all the craziness, 2017 was a great year. Admittedly, the fact that I’m writing this post on January 14th says something. Given all the political, life and business craziness, I feel a bit like I’m running behind (in all the things). But being intentional when that disfunction sets in is crucial, hence the…

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Annual Review Part One: Looking Back at 2017

was a memorable year. Highs, and lows. Peaks and valleys. But man, looking back makes me feel a whole lot better about things despite all the noise. We made a child. She is cute as shit. We built a sweet lake house, debt free. Traveled a bit. Learned how to be parents. Kept the lights…

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Photoset: Munich, Berchtesgaden & The Alps

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