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The HtS 2013 Year In Review [Part 1] + Accountability Partner Matchup

January 2, 2014 in Exercise

It’s 2014. Clean slate. If you’ve followed me in the past, you know my struggles with productivity. But in 2013, everything changed. I realized what was holding me back — something much greater than myself. And in 2014, I’m not going to just show you how I did it. I’m going to help you do […]

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Who Pushes You?

December 30, 2013 in Productivity
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When I was 12, I decided that I wanted to make video games. So I asked my parents to let me go to the Xtreme Game Programming eXpo (XGDX). Normal kids ask for an Xbox. I asked to hang out with 40 year old nerds talking about bump-mapping and neural networks. Back then, my idol […]

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The 2013 Digital Nomad Packing List

December 26, 2013 in Productivity

The year’s coming to an end, and like every year, I like to go through all my gear to see what I’ve changed and what’s stayed the same. Most of it has stayed the same, with some new stuff added on. I love checking out everyone’s gear since that’s how I get word of awesome […]

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The 5 Commandments of FtP (Finishing the Product)

November 7, 2013 in Productivity

It was our first date. Some people talk about feeling nervous or having “butterflies” in their stomachs the first time they go out with someone they like. I think that’s precious. I had pterodactyls in mine. At the end of the date, there was that expectant, slightly uncomfortable pause — she was giving me an […]

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26 Revelations I’ve Had In 26 Years On This Planet

November 4, 2013 in Exercise
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If you have the time, listen to this right now: If you don’t have the time, stop lying. You have the time. This 31 minute audio speech might very well change your life. At least listen to it in the background. The most powerful section occurs in the first three minutes. Earl says the following: […]

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