If you want to get future posts delivered straight to your email you can subscribe here Five years ago I got invited to go try a workout at Col Fitness. I put it off for weeks but finally I decided to show up. That proved to be a great decision because the day I showed … Continue reading Have You Met Jose?
If you want to get future posts delivered straight to your email you can subscribe here: I recently wrote a post: A Simple System for Building Good Habits which outlined a system I have found to be effective in my personal development. Following that post I published another one inspired by a conversation I heard … Continue reading A Simple System to Maximize Productivity
If you want to get future posts delivered straight to your email you can subscribe here: I recently listened to an interview between Harley Finkelstein and Tim Ferris. There were a number of good takeaways from that interview. One that stuck out to me in particular was this principle of “requalifying for your job”. This … Continue reading Requalifying for Your Job
If you want to get future posts delivered straight to your email you can subscribe here: We’re coming up on the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021. New Year’s, as they say. Growing up my Mom would always ask me if I had any New Year's resolutions, and very proudly I would say: … Continue reading A Simple System to Build Good Habits
Today is Christmas - my twenty-seventh Christmas. Each year I find that I appreciate Christmas a little bit more. I appreciate the time with family. I appreciate the time of giving. And most of all, I gain a greater appreciation of the wonder of Christmas. Christmas is a celebration of Jesus’ birth. God coming into … Continue reading The Wonder of Christmas
On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against Google for what it claims is anti-competitive behaviour in monopolizing search. This post will dive into this case at a cursory level but the main thrust of my argument is that (1) the goal should be maximizing value for consumers and (2) antitrust … Continue reading Understanding the DOJ’s Case Against Google, What They Got Wrong, and What We Should Be Talking About Instead.
"Have you met Ted David?"- Barney Stinson Today is David Klomfass’s birthday. His twenty second birthday. Without context that statement is unexceptional. Everyone has a birthday, so why is the fact that David Klomfass is turning twenty-two so noteworthy? Well, let me tell you why. David is a special person. A real salt of the … Continue reading Have you met David?
Dear Seth, Man, where do I start? In so many ways you are the person I aspire to be. You are kind. You are resolute. You are consistent. You are strong (mentally, I still beat you in arm wrestles). You are smart. You are humble. And you are so much more. What makes this all … Continue reading Dear Seth
Kaylie (or as I used to refer to you, Klee), Today is your birthday. Your twenty fourth birthday, which is surprising. On one side, I can’t believe it’s already been 24 years. I remember the day I went to the hospital to meet you. I remember walking down the hallway to meet my sister for … Continue reading Dear Kaylie
Yesterday was my birthday. I have an odd relationship with birthdays. I love birthdays, just not my birthday. I love to celebrate others, but I get uncomfortable being celebrated, even recognized. For years I tried to repress my birthday. I would hide it on social media, or wholesale deactivate all social media on my birthday … Continue reading Annual Reflection – v27.0