Quo Vadimus. I’m definitely not the first blogger who took inspiration from this phrase, a phrase I first heard on the Aarin Sorkin TV show Sports Night. Quo vadimus means in Latin, “Where are we going?” You know, I haven’t actually looked that up and I’m taking Aaron’s word for it. Screw it, I have […]
Everywhere I read, I see people writing about their resolutions for 2011. Weight-loss, stop smoking, and a variety of self-improvement steps are all resolved. I know a lot of people have jumped on the anti-resolution bandwagon. They decry resolutions as a tool of procrastination. Don’t put off ’til tomorrow what you can do today. There […]
From the previous entry I discussed risk tolerance and posture, I know that posture does have a biological effect on the human body. Certain postures associated with ‘being in power’ actually create more testosterone in the body while decreasing the hormone associated with stress – cortisol. As irrational as it may seem, this means if […]
By now you may have already heard about the bold and exciting trick play used in a middle school football game. Here is a video of that play in case you aren’t familiar with it.
It may seem like I am hammering the forgiveness topic to death but it really is something that weighs heavily on my mind. I often find myself being blindsided by things in the past that I still beat myself up for. I can be in the shower, writing, doing dishes, or even watching television and […]
To the victor goes the spoils. Failure is a popular topic and I spend a lot of time thinking about the concept of failure. Failure occurs when a plan does not succeed. Plan to wake up early and sleep in, that’s a failure. Plan to sell 100 units this week but sell only 99, that’s […]