I turn 37-years old today. I have always been in love with quotes and have committed many to memory over my 3 1/2 decades of living, including the eternal truths of Scripture. May you be inspired, encouraged, entertained, and challenged as I am with these quotes. Here's to another
Last Friday, I did a virtual vision board session with my HackerOne team during a Friday afternoon happy hour. Learned more about everyone's personal goals and passions. It was a lot of fun! Here is my 2021 vision board: Clockwise from top left: - Surf the Boise river - Golf
Built on stoicism, biblical truths, and historical wisdom, this formula outlines my approach to improving myself every day. It can be easily applied by anyone to achieve a better version of themselves than yesterday.
What a year it has been. From life-changing events, to globe-trotting trips, to enjoying weekend family barbecues. This is my annual post where I reflect on the prior year, and set some goals for the new year. Happy New Year one and all! 2017 Reflections: I became a Father. Olivia
My last post I teased a question: What are 2 skills, that if you focused on becoming excellent at them, would make the biggest impact in your life or career? I began pondering this a while back when I was jogging around Diamond Head. Man, I miss that run. There's
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. In this post, I reflect on the past year and state my 2017 New Year's Resolutions. 2016: A whirlwind of a year What went down in MMXVI in the way of major life events: Found out I’m
I have a post-it note on the inside of my journal that just says "22". It's a reminder for me to persevere. I can't actually remember where I got the data point, but I believe I was listening to a podcast that discussed a research study. What they
They say it takes 21-days to form a habit (some say it's closer to 66-days) so perhaps this update is too soon to tell any long-term benefits. But if the first 2-weeks are any indication, then this might have been the best decision I've made in a long time. Read
I just bought a book on Amazon for $1. Not just any book, but Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, one of the most influential books of ancient knowledge as recommended by Naval Ravikant in a recent Tim Ferris podcast episode. It brings to the forefront something I've been thinking about lately.