Category: Philosophy

  • Staying in Touch

    Staying in Touch

    Staying in touch has become easier than ever. Yet, many of us let friendships become distant memories. How can we keep our friendships thriving?

  • Taking the Jump

    Taking the Jump

    In 2015, I am taking the jump. I will become a full time creative, and I hope to inspire you to do the same.

  • 017 Sideweight Radio – How to Build a Successful Team

    017 Sideweight Radio – How to Build a Successful Team

    I don’t know how to build a successful team, but Tim Larew does. Learn how in this week’s podcast…

  • 015 Sideweight Radio – How to Be a Hero

    Many people hit quicksand on the journey to greatness. What is the best way to regain or maintain our momentum?

  • 5 Inspiring Documentaries

    Documentaries teach us about the world and our place within it. A good documentary will make you laugh, cry, and think. The purpose of this post is to expose you to 5 inspiring documentaries that will make you a better person…

  • Introducing the Spotlight

    I come across a lot of cool people. Somehow I find myself rubbing elbows with variety of unique characters doing epic stuff. That being said, I feel a need to introduce these people to others. So, here’s what I’m going to do…

  • Feel Your Way

    Life stories exist in the fourth dimension. Yet as beings, we interact with the third dimension. We blindly make our way into the future. How do blind people make their way through space?

  • Get Weird

    One time in a Sociolinguistics class, the professor told us to go out and defy a common social convention. How did she she suggest we go about this?

  • Quitters Can Be Winners

    “A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits.” – Napoleon Hill I beg to differ with Mr. Hill. I believe quitters can be winners. What is the difference between winners and losers?

  • What’s That Sound?

    “If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” We could have that dialectic all day, but that’s a can of worms I would rather save for another discussion. This post focuses on a particularly intriguing element of sound, timbre.