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  • My Goals

    76,000 knuckle push ups...

    100 one arm push ups - each arm...

    Lift a total of 20,000,000 kg using Kettlebell's ...

    260 snatches with a 24 kg Kettlebell in 10 minutes...

    Spar 800 - 2:00 minute rounds...

    Learn a new traditional weapon...

    Break 8 patio stones with a hammer fist...

    Break 8 boards with a back kick...

    Break a wooden baseball bat...

    Do white belt - 5th dan poomse 1040 times each...

    Lose 10 pounds...

    Read one inspirational book a month...

    Reduce my carbon foot print by 40%...

    Complete 4 Community Based Leadership projects...

    Complete 52 acts of kindness...

    Write 52 motivational articles...

    Watch 100 Inspirational Videos...

    Buy only Used not New...

    Giant Killing :)...

  • Top Posts

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    • The last Black Friday November 24, 2017
      Four years ago, I wrote about the media trap that retailers invented. With nothing much to write about the day after Thanksgiving, the media engage in a stampede to encourage everyone to go shopping on the busiest, least satisfying shopping day of the year. They spent millions to create a social dynamic that pushes people to engage in an orgy of spending, me […]
    • Thank you means two things November 23, 2017
      There's the "thank you" that I say when you've been reading my mind, pushing the perfect buttons, saying exactly the right thing at exactly the right time. This is heartfelt, but it's also selfish, in that it's about my narrative and no one else's. And then there's the "thank you" of caring. Of effort. Of con […]
    • Best practices November 22, 2017
      If you need an appendectomy, it's unlikely you'll die during the operation. That's because the surgeon has been trained in hundreds of years of best practices. From Semmelweis to the latest in antibiotics, she knows what's come before. Not only that, but the scalpel she uses is the result of 1,000 iterations over the centuries. Every devi […]
    • Yelling upstairs November 21, 2017
      When you're cooking breakfast and the school bus is coming in just a few minutes, it's tempting (and apparently efficient) to yell up the stairs. If a recalcitrant teenager is hesitating before heading off to school (I know, sometimes it happens), go ahead and yell. Good luck with that. The alternative is to turn off the stove and walk up the stair […]
    • Persistent stability November 20, 2017
      Investment hates chaos. Before an organization invests in a new technology, a new machine or a new process, it needs to believe two things: That the problem being solved is going to be around for awhile if it's not addressed. That the world will be stable long enough to earn back the investment. That's why a consistent, civil and stable government […]
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    • Menace October 2, 2013
      Power is intoxicating. Everyone loves having the ability to make their decisions into reality — to think "this should be something that happens," and then actually be able to make that thing happen. It is also dangerous. And it is especially dangerous when applied to four-year-olds. Four-year-olds lack the experience to wield power responsibly. The […]
    • Depression Part Two May 9, 2013
      I remember being endlessly entertained by the adventures of my toys. Some days they died repeated, violent deaths, other days they traveled to space or discussed my swim lessons and how I absolutely should be allowed in the deep end of the pool, especially since I was such a talented doggy-paddler. I didn't understand why it was fun for me, it just was. […]
    • Pre-Post Transition Post May 9, 2013
      This isn't a real post. I'm going to post the real post tomorrow. But it feels like there should be some sort of intermediate thing to prepare everyone for the abrupt change of speed ahead. Here's a picture of an airplane. I realize that airplanes don't look like that, but this has been a hard year for me and learning how to draw planes a […]

Day – 31

31-2Day – 31!

6:00 pm – Snatch Training, 24 kg’s, 10:00 Minutes (6 – R, 4 – L), 189 Reps, 4,536 kg’s

Started a new book!



Day – 30

30Day – 30!

2:00 pm – Cycled to the Dojang.

4:30 pm – Worked on Flexibility.

9:00 pm – Cycled Home.

Day – 29

29Day – 29!

200 Knuckle Push Ups

Worked on Finger Flexor Strength & Flexibility.

Day – 28

28-2Day – 28!

6:00 am – Cycled to the Dojang.

8:00 am – Snatch Training, 24 kg’s, 10:00 Minutes (6 – R, 4 – L), 189 Reps, 4,536 kg’s

8:15 am – 28 kg One Arm Fixation Walks.

9:00 am – Worked on Flexibility & ROM

9:30 am – Heavy Bag Training.

12:00 pm – Cycled Home.

Day – 27

27-2Day – 27!

Cycled 20 Kilometers.

200 Knuckle Push Ups.

Worked on Flexibility & Finger Flexor Strength.

Day – 26

26Day – 26!

200 Knuckle Push Ups & Worked on Finger Flexor Strength.

Worked on ROM & Flexibility.

Day – 25

25Day – 25!

2:30 pm – Cycled to the Dojang.

4:30 pm – Worked on Flexibility & ROM.

9:00 pm – Cycled Home.