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The Mentor and the Mentee

November 30, 2012 in Productivity

I landed in Buenos Aires and grabbed the guitar from the Portal Del Sur hostel living room. I followed the the music playing dribbling from the raised speakers—some gorgeous Argentine music, probably tango or something—and I started to play along. You see, when I was in high school, I learned guitar ‘so I’d be able […]

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Odysseus, Precommitment, and the Siren Song

October 2, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Homer wrote of Odysseus and the Sirens, who’s beautiful song lured countless sailors to shipwreck on the rocky island of Anthemoessa. Odysseus knew that he must pass the Sirens before he would be reunited with his home land, so he took action to protect the lives of his sailors and himself. Odysseus plugged all of […]

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Hacking The Six Pack: 3 High Leverage Hacks To Six Pack Abs

September 10, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Hacking The Six Pack: 3 High Leverage Hacks To Six Pack Abs This is a guest post from Joel Runyon of Impossible HQ. I love a good challenge. For the last 2 1/2 years, I’ve been steadily working on a list of impossible challenges and crossing them off my impossible list. My most recent one […]

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How To Hack Gmail And Save Hours Every Week

August 21, 2012 in Make Money
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Question of the day—how much time do you spend receiving, reading, and archiving emails that you never actually read. Every ding on your phone. Every illuminated notification in your gmail window. I discussed this problem with Steve Kamb from Nerd Fitness (who wrote this awesome guide to productivity), and he gave me some of the […]

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Welcome, Paid to Exist Readers

August 16, 2012 in Uncategorized

It’s not every day that someone as inspirational as Jonathan Mead lets you write on their site. Today, I posted a short essay entitled on his blog, Paid to Exist. I want to introduce myself to my new readers. First of all — if you are a Paid to Exist reader, then you want to […]

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