Self Evaluate Like Your Life Depends On It

Because it does! In this article, I will discuss self evaluation and why I think it's a useful tool for improving life. In a previous post of mine, Action and Iteration, I explain the necessity of taking action and adjusting based on the feedback. This process is actually fairly intuitive, and we're doing some variation… Continue reading Self Evaluate Like Your Life Depends On It

Evaluate Like Your Life Depends On It

Because it does! In this article, I will discuss self evaluation and why I think it's a useful tool for improving life. In a previous post of mine, Action and Iteration, I explain the necessity of taking action and adjusting based on the feedback. This process is actually fairly intuitive, and we're doing some variation… Continue reading Evaluate Like Your Life Depends On It

10 Ideas To Jump Start Positive Feedback Loops

The human mind is incredibly powerful. This power can be used to our benefit or to our detriment. This is why I believe feedback loops is such an important concept. When our minds are working right, things are great. We're happy, productive, energetic, the world is ours to conquer. When our minds aren't working with… Continue reading 10 Ideas To Jump Start Positive Feedback Loops

Harness The Power of Imagination

Reality starts in the mind. Our past experiences, beliefs, and thoughts shape our expectations and influence the present before it's even happened. Change must start somewhere. And that somewhere is the mind. Learn to harness the power of imagination. Imagine the possibilities. Suspend your preconceptions and dream freely. Think of all the good you can… Continue reading Harness The Power of Imagination

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see

"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." -Henry David Thoreau.  And to loosely quote one of my favorite thinkers, Naval Ravikant, "Life is a series of lights and colors and experiences and then you die, and it's up to you how you interpret those sensations."  I really like both of… Continue reading It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see