Month: November 2014
Tonight’s hour long workout happens to be my 100th workout this year. It feels nice to actualize three rules I set for myself for 2014 (and beyond). Here’s to, not the next 100 but to the next one tomorrow. And next. And so on until whatever number it will be.
I read Scott Berkun‘s latest book The Ghost of My Father. It is a memoir about Berkun’s failed relationship with his father. Given I am a father, the theme sounded interesting. So I hoped to buy and enqueue this book to my current reading list. However Berkun tweeted: Do you subscribe to my newsletter? If […]