The Endless Comparison… Everything is Relative.

You think you're rich? Ask Mark Zuckerberg. You're poor? You're actually richer than most of the world. Too dark? Never an issue in Hawaii. Too pale? Go to Korea. Fat in Asia? Skinny in America. I can go on and on, but I don't need to because your mind already does that for you. We all make statements in … Continue reading The Endless Comparison… Everything is Relative.

Stop Being a Try-Hard… The 1 Year Principle

Trying to prove yourself in a new environment, team, or project? Made a bad first impression? Meeting new owners or clients? Is someone frustrated at you? Are you too anxious? Whenever you are in that situation, I urge you to stop and employ the 1 Year Principle. The 1 Year Principle is this... Don't worry about … Continue reading Stop Being a Try-Hard… The 1 Year Principle

3 Christian Principles for the Modern Day Atheist

If you have a scientific mind like I do, you may have struggled with Christianity because you couldn't reconcile certain things in the Bible. But I'm not here today to prove or disprove the Bible. What I am going to share with you are 3 Christian Principles that modern day self-help books write about, but weirdly enough, were also written 2000 … Continue reading 3 Christian Principles for the Modern Day Atheist

The Two Sides of the Brain… Book Smart vs. Street Smart

Growing up, we learned about the two sides of the brain, how one side was logical and the other was creative. I was good at art so that meant my brain is favoring the creative half right? Not quite. My interpretation today is summarized by this question: are you book smart or street smart? The two sides … Continue reading The Two Sides of the Brain… Book Smart vs. Street Smart

Continual State of Discomfort

We are always in a state of discomfort. Humans are problem seekers, we are biologically wired to find problems and threats. And this pressure is what kept us alive for centuries. However, in our modern day society, these problems and threats are different because they're not life threatening. I call this our Continual State of Discomfort. "The grass is … Continue reading Continual State of Discomfort