Welcome to the second installment of a look behind the curtain of my life. If you’re confused by the terms used here, you can check out the first installment of the Internal Culture Wars to get caught up. Today we are going to be dealing with the two major factions within the Hebrew Roots Movement: […]Read more "Internal Culture Wars 2: WBJs and TWCs"
I had a lovely chat in this one. Hope you all enjoy it. As I look extremely frustrated in the preview…..Read more "Wandering Thoughts Podcast Apperrance."
We going to take on a more religious topic today. If that’s not your thing, by all means try out a different blog post. If you are interested we’re going to be exploring a bit of my personal life. I’m writing this series of posts because it’s going to help me work through some of […]Read more "Internal Culture War No. 1: Basic Premise and Factions"
Conflict is a part of life. As long as things are alive, conflict will happen. so today we’re going to be looking at two different incidents where conflict needed to be resolved but the individuals involved took it to the extremes. The first example will be from a game called War Thunder and the second […]Read more "Conflict Resolution: Extreme Individuals"
I’ve been enjoying Sea of Thieves lately and it struck me that it is a perfect analogy for the freelancer market. You’re hired by various firms or collect random jobs in order to get paid. If this is not most freelance websites I don’t know what it is. At the core of the game you […]Read more "Simple Tasks and Basic Business: How Not to Start a Partnership."
Self motivation is a going to be a big topic soon. Because we’re getting closer to New Years and all those resolutions that people make. However today we’re going to be talking about how we motivate ourselves and the outside influences that contribute to our lives. We’ll look at two examples, one real, the other […]Read more "Self Motivation and Outside factors."
It’s been a while since I wrote something here but let’s get back into the meat of things. Sometimes we encounter a concept or a set of information that doesn’t belong in the area we’re dealing with. It’s like a conversation about life on Mars being seriously brought up in the middle of a pregnancy […]Read more "Suspending Belief: Real World Ideas Where They Don’t Belong"
I had the chance to talk to Jon at Human Capital Innovations. It was an enjoyable chat and I hope to talk more with him in the future. If you want to see how it went, you can listen here. https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/podcast/episode/1b42efd9/s25e30-what-the-next-generation-of-leaders-need-to-succeed-with-trent-ganderRead more "Human Capital Innovations Podcast"
Recently I had to attend a convention. It was a mixed bag of results. I got a break from my normal routine and recharged myself. I also got to network with people in different industries and attended various group activities. One such activity really “Harshed my mellow” during the event. It was a series of […]Read more "The Cost of Naivete: Not Knowing the Game"
It is generally accepted that we don’t quit hard jobs, we quit terrible bosses. And with terrible bosses comes terrible leadership. All of the complaints my close friends have about their job comes from how their leadership or bosses are behaving. So we’re going to look at an example of bad leadership and what you […]Read more "Bad Leadership: Micromanaging"