We’ve all heard about moving the goalposts. If something isn’t working out the way someone wants, it’s easy to change the goals.
The internet of yesterday wasn’t bulletproof, but you might say it was bullet-resistant.
It wasn’t regulated. It was totally distributed. It wasn’t dependent upon anything other than existing telephone infrastructure.
The crashing surf of the ocean. The cry of seagulls. A gentle salt breeze. A laptop balanced upon a pair of nicely tanned legs.
I’m excited to announce a book that has been in the works for a long time. It’s got the super-thrilling title Becoming A Digital Marketer: Gaining the Hard & Soft Skills for a Tech-Driven Marketing Career and is now available for order.
I was in the aisle and met an old friend.
“We’re trying to just work to live, not live to work,” she said.
It’s a nice sentiment. But behind those words were years of strain, debt, and unemployment. You can’t fix that overnight.
When a lack of money negatively affects health, family, and time, more income will undoubtedly improve your quality of life.
It is a luxury to be able to choose your work.
It is a luxury to be able to work, even. Many in the world are unable – mentally, physically, or economically.
We should be careful to not waste our chance to work.
A few years ago, I worked with a client who was all about energy.
He had an obsession about something he called “peak state” which involved eating massive amounts of fruit in the morning (he did this instead of caffeine because fruit sugars were supposed to stimulate the brain), pushups, a thumping EDM playlist, and chugging massive amounts of water.