motivation

The Defined Failure

The Defined Failure

How do you define success? For some it is a corner office with a view. For some it is a big happy family. For some it is fame or riches or recognition or joy. Whatever success is for you I am sure you have at least a vague definition of it in your head. At the very least a vague goal, like getting a new job or promotion or house or whatever. What I wonder though is how many people have a definition of failure.

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My 10 Questions to Help When I’m feeling Stuck

My 10 Questions to Help When I’m feeling Stuck

I’ve been feeling stuck lately. Stuck in a job I never planned for, stuck in my creative work, stuck in my programming and stuck in my life. Well, stuck in all areas except one, I am getting married soon so that is some positive light in my life right now. It’s all the other bits outside of my relationship that I feel stuck in.

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Finishing Novels

Finishing Novels

So much to do so little time. I have lost the concept of free time, there is time at work and then there is time working at home. If I’m not working on something at home I’m slacking (not relaxing) the same way one would slack at a job.  It’s kind of stressful but I manage I guess, this is the life I’m cursed with, might as well live it to the fullest.

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What is Your Dream?

What is Your Dream?

I was having a discussion with a friend of mine about the merits of working and what we would do if money was no object. If, for example, the government started a true universal basic income plan and everyone was handed enough money to buy food and pay rent on a good place, what would people do?  He was convinced that people would despair and waste away but I thought differently.

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(re)Discovering Discipline

(re)Discovering Discipline

As I’m sure many of you know I was once a pretty good athlete. I am that typical “peaked in high school” type of former athlete, where once I got to university and fell in love with partying and laziness I fell away from that life. Unlike those other peaked in high school types I don’t blame my failures on an injury, or the world at large, I know I am 100% responsible for every failure in my life (well, except one).

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