Category Archives: inspiration

Why am I Scared Sh*tless

I haven’t yet “made it out” whether that’s working for new man or on my own, but I have a few friends who have managed to make that type of transition, *hi guys*. In fact I have a friend that … Continue reading

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Step by Step

This past weekend I had the privilege of watching my wife run a marathon. This makes the third one we’ve done, and while the first two were a little overwhelming I feel like this time we “knew what we were … Continue reading

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What are you training for?

Monk at work has another great post about the CrossFit motto; “General Physical Preparedness”. It’s a style of physical training that Adam relates to work, and continual improvement. Something he terms “General Work Preparedness” with admonishment to “Generalize, not specialize” … Continue reading

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Why we “shouldn’t” do anything, but want everything we do.

I’ve been reading Monk at Work and have really enjoyed the honest, unfettered professionalism it brings. Adam merges the sometimes harsh world of management and motivation with what I consider to be a southern “cut to the chase” attitude, all … Continue reading

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Enthusiastic Myopathy

Seth Godin is one of the present day kings of the blogosphere, and for good reason. He has the cutting insight of a “techie” but his presence and assessments bespeak someone with marketing talent. So his latest post raises more … Continue reading

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