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One thing to avoid if you want friends

One thing to avoid if you want friends

Last month I wrote about being happy and I hope everyone read that article and is floating around on a cloud of joy. But if not this article will help point you… Read more »

Gone Surfing!

Gone Surfing!

All of the evidence suggests we’re rapidly transitioning from systems that were designed to support an industrial age infrastructure to systems that will be more holistic, organic, decentralized and resilient…. Read more »

Who Wins…

Who Wins…

Shortly we will know who the next president of the US will be. We wanted to take a moment to remind everyone that whether “your” candidate wins or loses, it… Read more »

Robert Paterson interview on the end of the rat race

Robert Paterson interview on the end of the rat race

Last week I wrote a review of Robert Paterson’s ebook You Don’t Need a Job: The Rise of the Network. Yesterday, Paterson was gracious enough to allow me to ask… Read more »

Hurricane Sandy, the ant, and the grasshopper

Hurricane Sandy, the ant, and the grasshopper

Last night I briefly flicked on the TV to catch the updates on the Sandy situation in the Northeast. I’m sorry I did. One of the bubble-headed news readers was… Read more »

Your job is at risk… And here’s why that’s a good thing

Your job is at risk… And here’s why that’s a good thing

Somewhere in Chihuahua Mexico there is a young mother chasing her toddler around the living room while chatting online over Skype. She used to work for $50 a week in… Read more »

The Amygdala Chronicles

The Amygdala Chronicles

Mental Slavery (pt3) Here is an embarrassing little story that had me in hot water for a long long time. Years ago I was working behind the bar in my… Read more »

Grit

Grit

There are not many things more important these days than grit. If you want to achieve a meaningful life, lived on your terms you need to prepare to fail, and… Read more »

Blood, sweat, dirt, and thorns – Photo essay of a Panama waterfall

Blood, sweat, dirt, and thorns – Photo essay of a Panama waterfall

This past weekend Trey and I took some friends on an expedition to a really amazing waterfall. It goes without saying that one of the most incredible things about living… Read more »

Radical Responsibility and your bank account

Radical Responsibility and your bank account

Approximate reading time: 6 minutes Almost a year ago, a group of grassroots activists launched a campaign urging bank customers to transfer their accounts from global megabanks like Wells Fargo… Read more »

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