Do you have someone you love? Do they feel loved? Do you show it? Do they know it? I’m a poet. Loving someone in your heart alone is worthless. If it doesn’t manifest in action—word or deed—what good does it for the person you love? There’s a saying, I told her that I loved her… Continue reading On Love: Action
I originally had a post scheduled for April 15th about my need to be heard. About needing to have a voice, or attention, or some kind of BS I was feeding myself that day. It was titled "I Need You to Hear Me." It was completely untrue. I love words. I write because it's something… Continue reading Who Has Two Thumbs and Almost Lied to the Internet?
You know the feeling. The one you get when you whip out your phone to tweet something you think is oh-so clever. It’s not too edgy, but just edgy enough to get under the skin of your target audience. You quickly type out the clever quip, and then hit “send,” “update” or “tweet.” You wait. … Continue reading One-Off: Signature Sin of the Digital Age
There are many ways we might consider ourselves “productive” when so many different careers, social groups and other involvements call for our collective time each day. I don’t know how you stay organized, but I thought I might offer a couple of helpful tips by sharing a bit about my productivity EDC. A Pen(cil) and… Continue reading EDC for the Aspiring Non-Workaholic
There’s a prayer I’ve been praying a lot lately: That God might equip me to do the very best I can—to be the best business analyst I can be—so that He might be glorified. That’s the prayer, anyway. I fear that it doesn’t always translate into God-honoring actions when I walk through the doors of… Continue reading Ultimate Motivation
No matter what you’re doing, time moves forward. For example, when you spend an extra hour at night agonizing over what outfit to wear the next day, or when you pause your day to cyber-stalk your friends from elementary school, the rest of the world doesn’t pause with you. Time is a unique resource for… Continue reading Time: A Different Kind of Resource
Creating good habits doesn’t mean that you have eliminate the things you enjoy from your daily routine. At least, not as a universal rule. If it did, no one would ever do it, and the world would be far worse off than it already is. Rather, I think that most times, it actually means replacing… Continue reading A Funeral For Your Habits