Regarding Hercules versus the choice of taking the easy path versus the hard path. I came across this story in reading “How to think like a Roman emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius” by Donald Robertson. An excerpt of that story can be found on this link. Below are some quotes that struck me. "Chasing … Continue reading The Choice of Hercules
11/15/20 - 2 Pork loins Cook Chart: https://share.fireboard.io/EE6A4C Preparation Purchased Info: Salt, pepper, paprika, garlic salt, apple cider, steak seasoning.marinade over nightNo injectionsFresh thyme on the meat really enhanced the flavor Process Smoker temp 250, took about 3.5 hours totalInternal temp for thermometers Max 155 (target)Cooked for ~ 3 hours, back loin cooked faster than … Continue reading First pork tenderloin smoke
Working from home is not a new concept at all. It is something I've done at various points throughout my entire career. But in the wake of COVID-19, this method of working has been brought front and center out of necessity. As a result, I have been consuming more books, articles, and podcasts on this … Continue reading Working From Home
Recently I was reading a book called “Mind Hacking: How to Change your Mind for Good in 21 Days” by Sir John Hargrave. This book introduced me to the concept of the “Attention Economy”. The idea of an “attention economy,” named by Babson professor and management consultant Thomas Davenport, states that “human attention, not money, … Continue reading Do I Have Your Attention Yet?