The Real Meaning of Faith, The Future of Coding, & The Futility of Rejecting Solutions Without Offering Alternatives

This week on the Isaac Morehouse podcast, Isaac and I discuss his threatening letter from the municipal business license office, my appearance on the Tom Woods show and some critical comments I received, whether believing in your own power is delusional, why wishful thinking is the source of all the good stuff, why faith is not the… Continue reading The Real Meaning of Faith, The Future of Coding, & The Futility of Rejecting Solutions Without Offering Alternatives

Personal Development Project for October 2015

For the month of October, I will read one manifesto from ChangeThis.com per day. After completing each manifesto, I’ll write a blog post inspired by one or more of the concepts espoused by that manifesto. A manifesto lies somewhere in the middle between a long-form blog post and a book. It usually ranges anywhere from 5-50… Continue reading Personal Development Project for October 2015

Becoming a Career Superstar, Getting Past Gatekeepers, The Meaning of Art, & Lessons on Creating from Lois Lane

One of the main things you have is your point of view. Your particular point of view is what fuels your work. If you’re just working on something because you have the skills to do it and it’s not triggering your point of view, the work can only rise to a certain level. So even… Continue reading Becoming a Career Superstar, Getting Past Gatekeepers, The Meaning of Art, & Lessons on Creating from Lois Lane

Mental Prisons, The Madness of Being Normal, The Broken Widow Fallacy, & Why Curiosity Makes the Best Curriculum

Sean Stephenson on psychological power, the danger of self-pity, and how to break through the invisible fence of self-defeating thoughts The prison of your mind | Sean Stephenson | TEDxIronwoodStatePrison I was born to rid this word of insecurity. When a human being is insecure, they do stupid stuff. When we feel like we’re not… Continue reading Mental Prisons, The Madness of Being Normal, The Broken Widow Fallacy, & Why Curiosity Makes the Best Curriculum