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    Simon Sarris: a thinker, a creator, a do-er & much more

    Simon Sarris is a software developer by trade, but his desire to think, build and share doesn’t end there. he tweets about many topics including: development, mysticism, building, cooking, gardening and more. i’ve compiled...

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    Roam Research: The only tool for networked thought

    i’ve been searching for a note taking and knowledge management tool for a while now. my goal had been to find one solution that could handle both. i basically wanted everything under one roof....

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    seeking happiness

    last week i left my job of 4 years.  this is not one of those catchy articles about leaving some FAANG i.e. Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, etc. rather, this is my story about leaving...

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    leaving New York City (a case study)

    overview i thought it would be fun to examine articles written by folks who proclaim their exit from New York City in a blog post. we’ve seen these sort of posts get published across...

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    you can’t do it all alone: learn when and how to ask for help

    it’s easy for people to trap themselves into shouldering every responsibility that comes their way. some workplaces encourage this way of thinking, and countless bosses and superiors make their living inspiring people to face...

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    27

    today i turn 27 and i wanted to put these thoughts together just because. i’ve seen people write “XX lessons at XX age” usually on their 21st, 25th or their 30th or 50th birthday....

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    excitement: your mind’s best tool to combat stress and anxiety

    some people will do anything for a dose of excitement.  ask a skydiver why she’s jumping out of an airplane, and you’re not likely to get a purely rational explanation. high-profile Wall Street financiers...

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    how to take control of your life by forming positive habits: part two

    in my last post, i covered how habits form and what makes them important for cultivating meaningful change in life. i argued that by building the appropriate structures of support, you can change almost...

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    how to take control of your life by forming positive habits: part one

    when was the last time you consciously made an effort to do something courageous, wise, or just? it’s probably been a while, because the fast-paced world we live in doesn’t leave a lot of...

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    open office spaces aren’t new, and never really worked

    it’s not surprising that a dysfunctional office culture is bad news for everyone involved. stressed-out employees take more sick leave, make more mistakes, and produce less than healthy, well-adjusted ones. this is true from...

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