Open-minded Delegation

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If you’re anything like me, you love finding solutions to problems. When faced with a challenge, your mind starts racing to find potential paths to take, hypotheses to test, and solutions to build. This is exciting, but this is also 

What it means to Want

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Have you ever wondered what you truly want? In the context of the demands, distractions, and routines of daily life, it is rarely clear. One thing we are all familiar with is desire. Many times each day, we are confronted 

Routine: Power and Peril

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Wake up eight hours after going to sleep. Meditate. Light exercise. High protein and fat breakfast. Take the train, or run, to the office. Triage. Respond to urgent issues while attempting to make a dent in my coding backlog. Lunch. 

Powerful second-order effects

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I started reading Scott Adams’ new book yesterday. One of his main points struck a chord with me. Adams makes a big deal about managing one’s attitude and energy. These factors are so powerful that improving them will lead to cascade effects 

Even you value privacy

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If you have nothing to hide uses some extreme examples to show that everyone values privacy. At least to some extent. If there is anything about you that you would not want publicly known, then you have a desire for privacy. 

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