Monthly Archives: May 2007

2 Weeks on the Slow Carb Diet and Colorado Experiment

Note: This is the second update of my experiment with the slow carb diet. If you’re new here I suggest reading the introduction and first update so this post makes sense. It’s been 2 full weeks since I started the … Continue reading

Continuously Increase Productivity by Embracing the Optimization Mentality

Experts aren’t more productive because they’re more talented or because they work harder. The difference between the experts and everyone else is the optimization mentality: constantly striving for improvement. Although the mentality is mind numbingly simple, only a small proportion of people actually live by it. Continue reading

Balancing the Future and the Present

Consider some of the choices that impact our lives on a daily basis: Do I stay up late hanging out with friends, or go to sleep and be productive tomorrow? Do I eat out because it’s easy, or cook at … Continue reading

Slow Carb Diet: Week 1 Update

An account of my progress and observations after 1 weeks of the slow carb diet. Continue reading

Top 5 Ways to Build a Wonderful Life

To be happy we need continuous growth. The best way to grow is life long education. This doesn’t mean you need to pursue a doctorate or spend 2 hours reading every day. Continue reading

A Productivity Filled Day

Last night I decided today was going to be extremely productive. I wrote a thorough To Do List on my ubiquitous capture notepad. Upon arriving at work this morning I realized that I had forgotten my notepad at home. Although I remembered everything on my list, I decided to create a web-based To Do List in case this ever happened again and I wasn’t able to remember. Continue reading