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It's not the strongest who survive — it's the most adaptable.

If we are paying attention to the way things are evolving in today’s world, we see the rapid rate at which jobs have changed. By change I mean, we no longer ascribe to the notion that working a 9-5 job is needed or necessary. 435 more words

"Why did you even bother to do an MBA?"

I am writing this post for a couple of reasons.

The first one is probably just to reassure myself once again that I am not actually downshifting, but on the contrary – I am applying everything that I have ever learned, I am progressing and moving forward not only in personal growth but also in terms of professional development. 523 more words

Psychology

Getting down to a four hour workweek

I read The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss almost two years ago, and I still think about it regularly.  This book actually was the kick in the pants I needed to start getting into motion out of the career that I didn’t enjoy and the lifestyle that was making me miserable.   485 more words

Financial Freedom

WOD #38

5 minute flow

Pre-lift:

100 pull aparts

50 back raises

50 face pulls

Lift:

Hang Snatch Doubles work up to max

Back Squat 10rm 2 sec pause, reduce 5 & 10%

1 Arm carry x 50 yards x 5

Crossfit

WOD #32

5 minute flow

Pre-lift:

100 pull aparts

50 face pulls

50 back raises

10 Goblet squats

Lift:

Snatch Pull + Hang Snatch + Snatch Pull x 8-10 sets… 12 more words

Crossfit

Fresh catch of the day


It was dawn when I woke up to the noises of fishermen. They were drawing-in their net to shore. I ran down from my room to join them. 90 more words

Travel

What time is it?

The saying goes, the only thing certain in the life is death and taxes..  Well I think that the only thing certain is time.  We only have so much of it, or so little of it – depending if you are the glass half-full type of person. 344 more words

Family