Category Archive: Building Identity Capital

Jun 02

This is the Moment I’ve Been Training For

I haven’t blogged in SO LONG, and getting back into the swing of blogging daily or multiple times per day has been a difficult process for me. Just several years ago, I was writing 1800, 2400 words a day with no problem. I was writing blog posts for clients, blog posts for my own blog, blog …

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May 21

All The Things I’ve Stopped (Part 3 of 9)

things that i've stopped

For the third part in this series, I’m going to evaluate my 50 blog post topics list. I wrote this list so I wouldn’t get stuck with writer’s block and stop blogging. I didn’t like the blog post ideas that I was coming up with just so I could get a post up, so I …

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Apr 28

All The Things I’ve Stopped (Part 2 of 9)

SuperBetter

I’m going to bet that a few people thought that I failed at finishing this blog series, much like the projects that are going to be mentioned in this blog series. But that is not the case! I did want to finish the Blogging Heroes blog post before continuing with the series, and I got …

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Apr 21

Differences Between Blogging in 2008 and Blogging in 2014

blogging in 2014

As Well as a Few Critiques I admit I wasn’t blogging in 2008. I considered the idea as a junior in college, and a friend even recommended that I call the blog, “Frog Blog.” I didn’t start blogging (for myself and for other sites) until 2010 and I’ve been blogging just about every day ever …

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Apr 14

All The Things I’ve Stopped (Part 1 of 9)

the streak has ended

Ever since my blogging streak ended, I’ve thought about all the things that I said I was going to do on this blog. With the exception of one or two, I stopped doing all of them within a few months. Besides the blogging streak, there was only one other endeavor that ended in a matter …

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Feb 21

What You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Productivity

productivity tips

A lot of times, people want to do something but don’t take the time to do that something or to change what’s necessary to get that done. Productivity is one of those things, where people want to be more productive but never actually do anything to become more productive. Cathy Sexton, a productivity strategist and …

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Nov 25

Choose a College Major You Like

choosing a college major

It Makes Little Difference in the Long Run Results from the latest study by ACT found that 1/3 of college freshmen are choosing a major that’s a ‘poor’ fit for their interests. Although the study of more than 1.2 million 2013 high school graduates also found that another 1/3 are choosing a major that’s a …

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Nov 22

9 Empowering Songs for Kicking Ass and Taking Names

I first came up with this blog post idea a long time ago when, in my SuperBetter account, I created “listen to an empowering song” as a power-up. I had a few on my iPod, came across a few more, and decided it would be cool to put them all together in a list post. …

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Nov 06

Creating a Wiki, or Sticking with a Blog?

creating a wiki

Many months ago, I came across wikis for several of my favorite video games, only to find that there really weren’t any wikis about current affairs or business topics. A couple have been started, covering things such as green politics, politics in Canada, and business in general, but none of the wikis look taken care …

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Nov 04

The Value of an Accountability Buddy

accountability buddy

In case you haven’t yet noticed on this blog, Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More than Your Peers Ever, is a great book. It’s worth checking out if you’re interested in ways to continue learning, to get an education without spending a ton of money on college, or …

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