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This is the year – 2021

Ahh… the obligatory new year — new me blog post from a half-assed blogger. Just kidding. While many are potentially already in bed, watching TV, or partying it up, I’m wrapping up some consultant work for a customer and closing out an invoice that is rounding out a $1500 month. That doesn’t seem like much but that is above and beyond my full-time employment. As I sit here, T-4 Hours until the end of this crazy ass year, enjoying one of the last few beers for likely the next 60 days, watch my wife do her nails, I’m trying to...

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You’re exactly where you’re supposed to be

It’s hard to complain right now. It’s about 0530 on a Sunday before the kids get up. I’m warm and comfortable drinking coffee in front of something that both brings me joy and income. It is hard to think I should be anywhere else. Maybe the gym though. But the sad thing is, only probably about 5% of my day I have this feeling. The rest of the time I’m constantly pinging. Thinking about how late I am on the road to get somewhere, or is this really what I should be working on. Being more Stoic I wrote in...

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I’m a fraud

If you’ve ever tuned into the personal growth space or the small-business/start-up ecosystem you’ll hear people say something about feeling like an imposter, or not being deserving of what they have or have accomplished. The official term being ‘imposter syndrome.’ It’s quite interesting actually. Anyone who feels this way says all the same things. Up until the last few years, I’ve been so arrogant to a degree, I haven’t even realized this should be something that was affecting me as well. Maybe arrogant isn’t the correct term. Ignorant for sure. I haven’t accomplished something on my own to the extent...

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Perfect Vision in 2020

Ah yes. New year. New me. New post. Same old bullshit. But this year is different right? Not really. Maybe a little. In the past, I’ve written posts kicking off every year on or around the 1st with the intent to write and share more on my personal page. Ultimately I end up with 2 to 3 posts for the whole year. Most of which I feel somewhat embarrassed by, not sure why, and take them down. The reason I don’t write very many posts here is that I realize how little value they provide. Not only that but I...