The Rise of the Personal Brand

      The internet revolution has caused a wide range of massive changes throughout the different industries of the world. From music and movie streaming to e-commerce and grocery delivery, the world is vastly different than it was even a few years before. For this post, I’m primarily interested in one specific section ofContinue reading “The Rise of the Personal Brand”

The Dangers of Catastrophizing

    Fear rules most of the modern world. It is manifested in many forms, whether it be anger, sadness, or a range of other emotions. I have, for quite some time, come under the strict belief that fear prevents people from achieving happiness. That it prevents them from achieving success. And while I couldContinue reading “The Dangers of Catastrophizing”

How to Avoid Writer’s Fatigue

You can probably tell what the inspiration for this blog post was.   After starting up the weekly blog again, I had begun anew with nothing. All of my extra Monday Chat topics from a year ago had been lost to time, and so instead of being able to choose from a few dozen topics,Continue reading “How to Avoid Writer’s Fatigue”

How Important are Principles?

    Our world consists of various sets of laws. There are laws of nature, laws of government, laws of chess, etcetera. Therefore, one might think there is also, more abstractly, laws of life itself. Of course, we are all unique beings, and so the best way to go about finding these laws of lifeContinue reading “How Important are Principles?”

Getting Past the Bump

      I wanted to talk about something that I noticed in both of my previous projects: the 100DaysofCode and Startup Challenge. It’s about the Bump. The bump goes something like this: you’ve decided to learn a new skill. As you always do, you check out the tutorials for it online. Things go veryContinue reading “Getting Past the Bump”