I don't know why this is somewhat of a big deal to me, but this little blog hit over 200 followers with over 50 posts in a little less than ten months. Why a big deal? Well, let me tell ya. I started this blog as a separate little space for my thoughts and ideas … Continue reading Two Hundred and Fifty Plus and a Thank You
My Digital Detox Status
It's been well over a month since I posted about starting this loosely planned digital detox. I thought I would give a little update on how things are going. I'll spare you the mundane details as you can read about those universal benefits everywhere. Instead, I'll just mention a few actions, uses, and where I … Continue reading My Digital Detox Status
Why Are You Creating Content?
I have a few friends who create content. By content I mean Youtube videos, podcasts, and produce steady streams of social media posts to support those creations. They are steeped in the "social media marketing" world of constantly producing, editing, and promoting. Some is good and some is so so, but I will always support … Continue reading Why Are You Creating Content?
The Unfair Treatment of Higher Education
Years ago in one of my undergrad classes in kinesiology two students (brothers) sat in the back of the class. The teacher was talking of the options we had with our degree. It spanned the spectrum from managerial positions to clinical physical therapists. The brothers interrupted the class and more or less pretentiously pontificated about … Continue reading The Unfair Treatment of Higher Education
My Digital Detox Plan and Schedule
Just another article about digital detox, social media, and balancing technology use. "Just a sec." If you're a parent and have ever caught yourself uttering those words then a technology inventory is overdue. More details on my plan a little later. First, I am a huge fan of useful technology. Emphasis on useful. If I … Continue reading My Digital Detox Plan and Schedule
Why I Don’t Use Social Media for Freelancing
One of the "golden rules" of freelancing and anything related to contract work or entrepreneurship is that you must utilize social media to its fullest extent. A quick Google search will quickly pull up a quaint billion or so results on algorithm hacks, marketing tricks, and best practices on how to game the system, get … Continue reading Why I Don’t Use Social Media for Freelancing
What’s Most Important for a New College Student?
In some perspectives, I was a terrible student. I was a late bloomer regarding learning how to study, never established a study schedule, waited until the last minute to complete tasks, and failed to establish a razor-focused trajectory. I stumbled along, made decent grades, covered all my requirements, and even went to grad school. I … Continue reading What’s Most Important for a New College Student?
Podcast Interview with Average Bros Fitness
Check out my latest interview from Average Bros Fitness. We talk about training, nutrition, motivation, the fitness industry, and competition. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxGEAsroarg&t=1s ***
Be Like Bruce Lee, My Friend (or How to Stick to Your Training)
There's a famous interview with Bruce Lee where he describes his philosophy of his life. As he was most notable for his martial arts and movies, he applied this mindset to everything. He was truly a man of deep reverence by his peers, the public, and an ever-growing audience from every generation to this day. … Continue reading Be Like Bruce Lee, My Friend (or How to Stick to Your Training)
A Good Choice is Better Than a Perfect Choice
When my wife and I were shopping for our yet-to-be-born baby we did like any soon-to-be parents would do, we tried to prepare early. Armed with the proverbial to-do list of must-gets we set out on a journey to Babies "R" Us and began the arduous task of crossing off item by item. First up … Continue reading A Good Choice is Better Than a Perfect Choice