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We Are Who We Pretend To Be

When I graduated from college I sat down with a legal pad and wrote out my career goals, including, I kid you not, a graph of my income trajectory with data points every 5 years and what kind of car I would be driving at that point in my life. The problem is I never […]

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The Seinfeld Technique: Becoming Master of Your Domain

It’s my favorite scene in TV Guide’s #1 rated SitCom episode of all time: The Contest from the fourth season of Seinfeld. Kramer leaves Jerry’s apartment after he, Jerry and George notice an attractive woman galavanting around in the buff in an apartment across the street. He returns to the room 53 seconds later, slams […]

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How Itty Bitty, Teeny Weenie, Tiny Little Habits Can Change Your Life

“People often say that motivation doesn’t last,” according to motivational legend Zig Ziglar. “Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily.” That makes for a nice motivational poster or instagram meme, but it turns out that people are right. Motivation doesn’t last because change is hard and motivation decreases over time as we […]

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Pomodoro: The Life Saving Magic of Tiny Tomatoes

Tom Petty was wrong. The waiting is not the hardest part. The hardest part is starting. Almost always. Whether it’s getting up out of bed to go for a run, writing a blog post or picking up the phone to cold call on new sales prospect, overcoming inertia and actually taking that first action is […]

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The Problem With Porn

Late the other night, home alone, the lights off in the house, I was flipping channels and “accidentally” found myself intensely watching…. a late night TV preacher. Not where you thought I was going, huh? This wasn’t your stereotypical hellfire and brimstone, cheap polyester suit bible thumper. He was a young preacher with blue jeans […]