When you hear the quote “the devil is in the detail,” what immediately comes to mind? When I hear it, I immediately recollect back to projects that get hung up on the very end finishing touches.
One of the most frustrating and all-too-common paradoxes of life is just how often bad things happen to good people. I have seen this happen time and time again, and it breeds many negative emotions.
If you have been reading the headlines across the “tech world” over the past few weeks, then you are likely all too familiar with the phrases: “Facebook and consumer data.”
Chaos breeds order. The past few months of mine have been a mess. A beautiful, perfect mess.
One naive, yet strong point of conviction I have is that free markets are better for society. Around that foundation, I also (in 2018) subscribe to the idea that stringent regulations has built frictions that unfairly and inequitably allocate society’s resources.
I started my “blogging journey” with a simple challenge to myself: blog for 30 days, in a row. No excuses.
The last few months have been some of the biggest and most epic adventures of my life. I have traveled thousands and thousands of miles – away from home – into the unknown and experienced a wide variety of brand new things. I have learned so much – and I still have 2 more months of this!
I generally keep religion out of this blog. This post is not *about* religion, but rather about reasoning and motivation. For those of you who do not know, I am Jewish. I keep passover.
As I am now nearly 800 days into my daily blogging journey, I often get the question of “how do I come up with what to write about.” This post is not about that. Rather, I tackle another common topic: do you ever write about the same thing?
I have written about this before – but one helpful concept that I have used while traveling across Asia is the time management framework of the “power hour.”