Category Archives for "Personal Philosophy"

Honesty is the Best Policy

Penguins being awesome. Has nothing to do with honest is the best policy. I just like penguins

Honesty is the best policy How many times have you heard that phrase? I know I have heard it since I was a kid. Even so, when I was a kid honesty was a concept I didn’t quite grasp. I can remember telling my parents I didn’t do something even though the evidence was all […]

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Fifteen Focused Minutes

Spend fifteen focused minutes every day on your #1 priority

What is fifteen focused minutes? The idea of fifteen focused minutes is something I borrowed from The Perfect Day Formula by Craig Ballantyne and is the the first item on my philosophy in life. The concept is easy. I, simply, take fifteen minutes and spend it working on my number one priority once per day. I think the the […]

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My Philosophy in Life

My Philosophy in Life

Recently, I started reading The Perfect Day Formula by Craig Ballantyne. The book is a self-described guide to owning the day and controlling your life. I haven’t finished the book yet, so the jury is still out on that one. However, chapter four of the book, The Essential Rules for Your Life, has already got me thinking. […]

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