Month: October 2018

  • No 20th anniversary iMac?

    I hate it when an Apple event happens and I don’t see any updates to the products I need. My work computer is due for a refresh. So I ordered the latest iMac anyway despite no twentieth anniversary iMac refresh.

  • Atomic Habits

    My favorite habits author James Clear’s book Atomic Habits is releasing today. I  benefited from his work over the last many years. The concept of Identity-Based Habits which I first learned from his blog has helped me in many ways especially with building and keeping my exercising habit. I like his style of writing and […]

  • It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work. Indeed.

    I am so glad I bought and read Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson’s latest book It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work. The book is a collection of succinct and insightful essays on how to work calmly and effectively. Alongside those, it teaches great lessons on leadership which ties into how Jason and DHH […]

  • Three foundational skills everyone needs to get ahead in life

    Over the past few years, the following foundational skills have helped me shape my career. I am not going to perfect them anytime soon but I think I don’t have to. I believe these skills takes life-long practice and I really don’t want to get done with them. I think it would be silly of […]

  • Feeling fired up and immensely grateful. Tad tired after an amazing week but at least I got to hangout for a few hours with two of my brothers on my way home. I will keep the 🔥 glowing.

  • Failing this week to eat mindfully, sleep restfully, and exercise intensely. For a good reason.

  • 3 things that are true about you (and everyone)

    Today I learned these three important things about myself (and others). You will make mistakes. You have complex intentions. You have contributed to the problem.