Year: 2011


On the first day of Seth Godin‘s Medicineball Seminar, I received 78 emails. 50 of them were irrelevant. I’d turned off my phone so I could fully immerse in the seminar I’d traveled to Hastings-on-Hudson to participate in, along with people from Malta and Sydney and Nova Scotia and Chicago. The day prior, I’d interrupted my own work flow constantly,… Read more →

Stream of Experiences

The Sanskrit word for life is anubhava dhara, stream of experiences. As long as you are having experiences, you are living. What if the purpose of everything were to gain knowledge that you could use to make the world better? If that were an end in itself? Not a superficial goal like a bigger house, more expensive clothing, high-flying vacations.… Read more →