Category Archives: Good Habits, Bad Habits

Using Pride and Hollowness to Separate Good Work from Hard Work:

First the definitions: “Hard” Work: work that is done at such a pace, amount, or intensity that it strains you. “Good” Work: work that is self-rewarding.  You have much higher tolerance for this work.  Even when you do it at … Continue reading

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The Enemy Uncovered: Resistance, According to Steven Pressfield in “The War of Art”

Now I understand why, and who I am fighting against.  Knowing the enemy is critical in a battle, and Steven Pressfield does a succinct job of identifying him.  This is a great book for anybody serous about their artistic/creative pursuit, … Continue reading

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The Five Fundamentals to Chasing Dreams

As with everything else in life, there are best practices for chasing dreams — any dreams. The key concept to keep in mind is this: in order for you to realize your dream, you have to first become a person … Continue reading

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Body and Mind: Together At Last

I’ve never been an unhealthy person, thanks mainly to healthy genes I inherited.  I never exercised most of my adult life and never had problems or became overweight.  I’ve never been athletic and always very inflexible, but so are a … Continue reading

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