There are few things more satisfying than creating something from my imagination. Whether I’m writing a short essay or rearranging the furniture in my apartment. Even the most mundane of activities can ignite a sense of pleasure, so long as the concept wasn’t structured beforehand, and therefore delegated to me. In other words, the finished product comes from within. Of course, the creative process can … Continue reading Dormant Creativity
As you already know, the world is vastly more connected since the emergence of the internet. We exist in a period of history called the “Information Age”, which is characterized by the shift from industrialization to information technology (or “IT”). Plainly speaking, I.T. is the process of storing, manipulating, or distributing information, which, by itself, isn’t a new concept. What has changed over the last … Continue reading What is ‘work’ nowadays?
Sometimes I wonder – what if I lost everything? If all of my belongings were gone, with zero dollars in my bank account, and no place to live. What if all I had were the clothes on my back, could I make a comeback? I think that would be the ultimate challenge in life. A man by the name of Chris Sacca, who’s somewhat of … Continue reading The Secret is the Mind
Don’t worry, this isn’t an article about existentialism or some circular discussion about God. What I want to talk about is lifestyle. When I was younger – and even today – I had a perception of life as following a certain series of steps. High school, then college, then get a job, get married, have kids, get promoted a few times, then retire and play … Continue reading 1,000 Ways to Live
I’ve recently taken up reading again and every time I sit down with an interesting book, I’m glad I did. There’s something about getting your mind to focus intently on one thing for an extended period of time that puts my mind in a better state. I can literally feel my brain working tightening to interpret the words, and I think that’s a good thing. … Continue reading Reading