Predictions of our eminent demise have again been exaggerated and although b’ak’tun 13 has ended, life on earth appears to continue. So we’re all stuck here together for a while longer it seems. To make the most of that, I believe that we should all take stock of our achievements and failures, asses our priorities, […]
The first (often overlooked) step to becoming “successful” is defining success. We must set our coordinates accurately so that we can someday reach our intended destination.
2011 was a fascinating year for me: I changed jobs, got divorced and fell in love (twice). I moved from the suburbs to the city and started riding to work. I was interviewed by Juniper, took 16 trips to 13 different cities, joined TheHundred Denver, and was kicked out of Canada. I started speaking more, working less, and spending more time with my kids. I published my second book, co-authored my first Internet-Draft, filed my first patent application, and re-discovered my spirituality. Oh, and I turned 30…