Unverifiable Experiments: 21 Day Digital Detox

I am a small business owner. Who happens to run an internet-based company. One that provides services that relate to the interwebs 100% of the time. This is my excuse. The reason I convince myself it is OK to stare at a screen for half (or more) of my waking hours. The reason I “can’t”…

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Unverifiably Homeless – A 5 Step Guide to Becoming a Nomad

Where do you live? Oh, everywhere. But also, nowhere. About this time last year, My fiance (now wife) and were discussing a plan for the following year. She, being a 4th year medical student would be forced to be semi-nomadic while she did 4 or 6 week rotations to conclude medical school. I, having no…

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Unverifiable Annual Review Part Two: Looking to 2015

In part 1 I looked back at 2014’s successes, failures, and everything in between. In part two I’ll attempt to nail down goals for 2015. This year will be a big one, with a few more moves before settling in for four full years in one place. In general it’ll be fairly hectic with all the…

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Unverifiable Annual Review 2014 : Looking Back

I’ve been conducting an annual review of myself as a means for tracking progress (or lack thereof) for the past years years. (hat tip to Chris Guillebeau for the inspiration & format .XLS) I find the process to be an excellent mechanism for holding myself accountable, but even more important it forces me to be a…

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2013 Annual Review Part 1: Looking Back

I’ve been conducting an annual review of myself as a means for tracking progress (or lack thereof) for the past few years. I find the process to be an excellent mechanism for holding myself accountable, but even more important it forces me to be a bit more introspective about the year itself. Between getting engaged,…

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Unverifiable Truth #33 – Selfishness, an Underrated Virtue.

We’ve been told for our whole lives that selfishness is akin to greed. But more and more I find those who spend them most time being self-LESS, started first by putting themselves first. They figured out exactly what they wanted, made a plan to do it, and put others “needs” on hold they’d reach their…

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