Archive for the ‘Persistence’ Category

  I’ve attempted the plunge into the coding world for years now. I’d get my feet wet in something like Javascript, Python, or Ruby, but then throw it to the wayside in favor of higher priority projects. In retrospect, learning to code was a lower priority for me because I didn’t have anything I actually […]

I don’t think I’ve ever been busier than I’ve been these past few months. And if I have, it definitely wasn’t for this long without rest or periods of down time. I shouldn’t complain though; this busyness is a direct result of a lot of fortunate events in my life. My career, passion projects, and […]

“Being realistic is the most common road to mediocrity. Why would you be realistic? What’s the point? It just puts up a barrier.” -Will Smith   Is being a little crazy a good thing? Will Smith makes a good point (see the quote above). For many worthwhile endeavors, the odds of success are so low, […]

One of my best friends has been going through some tough times lately. He’s explored many career paths and none seemed to deliver the sense of fulfillment he’s been looking for in a career. After speaking with him about his situation, I wondered: What if my friend was suffering from the passion trap? In other words, […]




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