At times you are faced with hard, physically demanding goals. That is where most deep work tactics stop applying. And that’s where the word of Goggins shines.
Range — Book ReviewPosted on under Literary Pursuits — Leave a comment
Being a generalist myself, I was intrigued by the book’s title when I stumbled on it during my self-motivated research on the generalist vs. specialist debate.
Fahrenheit 451 — Book ReviewPosted on under Literary Pursuits — Leave a comment
I had a hard time adapting to the style and tone. It appeared to me that the author churned out the pages in a fit of passion in a single sitting.
The Arch Linux experimentPosted on under Coding & Tech, Life & Thoughts — Leave a comment
For the unaware, Arch follows a strictly do-it-yourself philosophy. That means, you have to install, configure, and set it up all by yourself- no cheat codes and no GUIs.
The Millionaire Fastlane — Book ReviewPosted on under Life & Thoughts — Leave a comment
The author’s key argument is that money earned in exchange for time is not wealth (as in a job). The only way to earn wealth and get rich is to remove time from the equation (as in business or investment)