People realistically spend at least thousands of dollars in their life time for their hobbies, pastimes, and entertainment. While this is great news for the entertainment producers it doesn’t help at all with maintaining a budget or having extra money on hand. We need to gauge the price of entertainment, cost versus reward, and long […]Read more "The Price of Entertainment"
If you live in North America you’ve probably seen a dandelion before. If you have you know that they pop up everywhere they can from cracks in the sidewalk to nice open fields. Dandelions serve many purposes ranging from edible greens, to decorations, to even a coffee substitute. The reality is people think of them […]Read more "Dandelion Economies"
Last night my fan broke. I hear a pop-pop and the air flow stopped. The motor still worked but the fan blade stood still and there was a burning smell. Obviously the fan is unsafe to use. How does this tie into business and general life? It helpfully illustrates something that is going on in […]Read more "Industry and Consumer Disconnect."
Every other week it seems that something comes along to threaten our rights as private citizens, business professionals, etc. Because of this I believe individuals and business people should have a decent understanding of their rights and the law in regards to them. That being said before I go on: I am not a lawyer, […]Read more "Rights and Privacy in Business and Life."
I’m currently in the middle of a large travel pocket within my life, much more than is normal for me the rest of the year. I’m in the down time between the actual trips and this pretty much means that I haven’t been able to do more of my normal work and I’m getting bored. […]Read more "Training and Realism"
I attended one of my cousin’s weddings over the weekend and because I had to leave for it two days before the actual event my posting schedule was affected. I was really busy and I couldn’t do as much as I had wanted to get ready for my absence. For whatever reason this trip drained […]Read more "Carrying on After Unforeseen Problems"
I was coming out of one of my weekly group events and two of the younger guys were having a sparring session outside. Nothing overly violent just a mock fist fight where neither really tries to hit the other. I resisted giving them some pointers on their form as I had somewhere to be. However […]Read more "Staying in Measure"