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Trading Uncertainty for Desire

“Should” “Have to” “Try To” are all common phrases I catch myself saying. All of us do. We “want to”… “try to” be or do or accomplish something. Hidden in each of those phrases is the undercurrent of an alternative set of emotions: Shame, guilt, and self-doubt. When we find

Trading Uncertainty for Desire
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Embracing Being a Generalist.

My interests come in go in waves, typically over about a two year time frame. I find something new, and I obsess about it and pretty much devour everything I can on the subject, to a point, then I move on. I go deep enough to get the general framework,

Embracing Being a Generalist.
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Choosing to See

What do you see here, face or cup? Your life is a continual stream of details, and what you choose to see shapes how you feel.

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Simple Yearly Review (From Tim)

There have been tons of yearly review templates floating around online. I like to read through them to see what they're about and think about what questions if any could be useful with clients in the future. One thing that I've decided is useful at this time is looking back

Simple Yearly Review (From Tim)
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2021/2022 Health, Work, and Fitness

A friend asked about whether I have been "Looking back and reflecting?" or if I have been "Looking ahead and planning?" Lately, it's been almost 100% looking ahead. I think because time has gotten a bit strange over the past two years. I attribute this to the number of inputs

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Web3 Communities and a One Made for Newbies

I’ve been blogging about crypto for awhile via my Substack, Art $ Attention – So if you’re someone who wants to go deeper into that space, you can read through any past posts such as Flying a Kite Into the Trend or Tomorrow's Verbs and Adjectives.​ You can subscribe free,

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Breathing Room

I’m currently in Mendocino, a few hours North of San Fransisco. I’m staying in what used to be a comune, so that cabins are hand-built. There is a live creek that provides water for the property, and there are still dense pockets of forest, despite being cleared out

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Pricing Your Services

Pricing yourself and your services isn’t easy. There are many factors including customer demand, brand cache, experience, and supply. When we price ourselves appropriately, we create a positive sum game with our customers. Appropriate pricing says, “If you pay me, you will get more out of this than I

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Connecting to Your Work

Pre.S. This past week I was in Mexico City for the Founders Summit. I lead a workshop on planning and vision for Remote founders. https://twitter.com/tylertringas/status/1453029586447519744?s=20This week I’m back to it before 2 weeks in Northern California (Mendicino area) spent writing mid-month!

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The Good Life/Detox, Work/Not-Work

"How we spend our days is how we spend our life." A simple habit I picked up recently is listing out a type of "menu" that I use as a reference for how to spend my time/days. I make a list of what looks like the good life, to