How To Find Your Passion
The best resources, techniques, and tips I’ve found on my journey to find my passion.
7 Must Read Books
I believe books are the key to unlocking knowledge and ideas to help us grow.
One of the most useful personal development and relational ideas
Journaling is an open concept, but essentially an “accounting” (keeping a record of events) from a certain time frame. I would suggest recording high significance events within a single wake-cycle time frame (or 24 hours or “day”). If you’re simply looking for a way...read more
Polarity is a useful idea. It offers a filter and direction for energy and resources to move. It orients people towards an objective. Even more so with culture at scale. Culture must be polarizing. Giving away a Ferrari will attract lots of people, but not the right...read more
I spend the vast majority of my time in Chrome, and it’s one of my key pieces of software that I don’t notice much except when it’s not working. So after getting more questions and having been almost 2 years since I updated this, here’s my current Chrome setup....read more
If time is the most important resource, then actually being consistent and serious about that is necessary. One of the best ways to manage this reality is to both plan, and track 100% of your time in Google Calendar. The reason for 100% is that if you multiply 60...read more
I talk to a lot of people (especially those early in their careers) who are figuring out how to find a direction to pursue (a good pursuit) and accumulate resources such as experience, relationships, skills, knowledge, etc in (capitalism). A simple tool I developed...read more
I've recently observed how particularly in the last 200-500 years there's been a praiseworthy and concerted effort to synthesize the most important fundamentals of a field or topic, which has often been fairly successful in many of them. And then those findings have...read more
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