I was fat like the house on the bank. To lose weight, I pedalled the bike crank UP and down the HILLside, I pedalled for my own pride. It worked out, until the sunny day I drank.
I knew a gigantic man named Fred. He had a happy bug on his head. The bug sure liked to dance with a leap and jumpy prance until the day the giant Fred smashed the bug dead.
"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who … Continue reading Trying – Teddy Roosevelt
Higher education should not be a surrogate for a purpose. The cost is too high, and one cannot explore enough disciplines to define their aspiration. Many who choose this route embark on a career as an indentured servant.
It's easy to discount the small things in life, but many times the Small things have the biggest returns.
This is a summary of the process laid out at Moz.com by Britney Muller. I have created this for my reference. Blog Category Research Define Industry and Indentify Key Sites Define Key Industry and Market Sites (how?) Use Alexa Top Sites by Category Tool Or SimilarWeb By Category Tool Identify Most Common Navigation Items and Blog … Continue reading 30 Minute Keyword (Content) Development Process
Be a defender, protector, champion of your time. It's the only asset you can't get back, and if you don't guard it, someone else will use it...with or without your approval.
If you're thinking about starting a habit, consider if you'll want that habit 5, 10, 20, 30, 50 years from now. If you are unsure, don't start. It is almost impossible to stop once you do.
We end up at the spot we walk towards. Choose your steps wisely.
Against our best justification, we must know the lifetime result of our "have-to-do-it-now" action.