June 9th – Sequoia Hiking June 10th – Tennis June 11th – TRAVEL DAY (Adam to make up later in the month on a 2-a-day) June 12th – 2.5 mile weighted hike including 24 flights of stairs June 13th – 3 rounds, 12 pull ups, 25 air squats, 500m row – RESULT: 9:35 June 14th – 4 rounds […]
My June challenge is 30 straight days of met-cons/cardio. Here are the workouts and results from the week of June 2nd through June 8th. June 2nd: 4 rounds for time of 21 calorie run, 18 wall ball, 15 KB swings, 12 burpees. Result: 16:21 June 3rd: 5 rounds for points (minute row for calories, minute 75lb […]
Maybe my most ambitious project to date, I’m taking some of my down time to flip a house. Here are the before pictures. The house is in an upcoming neighborhood in Austin, but needs a lot of work to get into flip or renting shape. Stay tuned for the after pics.
I’m taking a break from my science fiction tear that I’ve been on this year to read Shoe Dog. I’ve tried avoiding most business books, but do read the ones that end up making it through the clutter and have enough personal recommendations. Books like The Hard Thing About Hard Things make all other business […]
I have done 4 monthly challenges this year. No complain January Faster Mile February Clean Eating March Spanish April One of the common themes with all of them has been that doing something first thing in the morning is the most important component of keeping on track. Get it out of the way fast. […]
We all have our rotation of friends, associates, sites, apps, and sources of information that we use to construct our reality every day. Growing and opportunity is often found by taking your own niche and biases and starting to expand slightly to the fringes of where you currently are. Your next business, spouse, or revelation […]
When I worked at Bazaarvoice there was a yardstick we used to explain communities. 1/9/90 rule. 1% of people create, 9% participate, and 90% consume or lurk. The 1% of people who create tend to get the spoils of all creation. Another 9% tend to participate but never create their own voices. […]