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.
We weren’t filming a CrossFit training session. We were filming corporate videos about managing money. It was a little bizarre, but I went with it. I try not to judge.
Continue reading Energy, Nonsense, and Gullibility
I’m writing this short essay as an exploration into power structures. As an opinion piece, I’m sure that many could have significant issues with the assumptions herein. If so, I welcome feedback since I’m still exploring ideas.
I’d like to start out with a thought about semantics and fallacies.
It’s easy to get distracted by details. The further you can get from something, the easier it is to see it in relation to everything around it. Environment and context is so important to fully understanding the importance and effect of a subject, that it’s worth stripping away as much superfluous information as possible.
Continue reading Feudalism