Initiative & Finitiative

You need both Initiative and Finitiative in order to be successful - Shyam Sami What a cool concept! Or at least what a cool way to put it! I’ve often called myself a “rabbit”—quick out of the gate, boundless starting energy, but also quick to tire and fizzle out. Right around the 80% … Continue reading

The Time-Energy Paradox

Every morning, I walk three miles up and down a trail by my house, and every morning, I listen to either a book on Audible (I almost said, a book on tape—yikes!), or a podcast as I make my way past the trees and the strawberry fields, and the houses that are now slowly replacing the strawberry … Continue reading

The Four-Hour Workday

I know what you're thinking. This is not possible. This is just another gimmicky headline, click bait, designed to draw you in and leave you disappointed. But hear me out for a moment. What is so impossible about a four-hour work day? Here are the four most common answers: Excuse me? I work a … Continue reading

SmartER Goals

You've all heard of S.M.A.R.T. goals, right? S for Specific M for Measurable A for Actionable R for Reasonable, and T for Time-oriented S.M.A.R.T. goals are good because they are narrowly defined and constrained and are not too whacky or out there. They are, by intention, reasonable and … Continue reading