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A Pioneer In Lifestyle Design

I’ve been a fan of Tim Ferriss for many years. Ever since I launched my first business, way back in 2008, I’ve followed the principles of the New York Times bestselling 4-Hour Work Week*. As an advocate of lifestyle design, I’ve found the process both liberating and energizing. Creating the life I want to live, […]

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The Tail-End Of Civilisation

I read recently that Queen Elizabeth II is quite unwell. The Queen is an important part of the fabric of British culture. In my opinion, she’s played an important role in helping the monarchy to rumble on and added a great deal of value to the UK as a global nation via her rule over […]

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How I Train To Maintain A Strong Body And Balanced Mind

Breaking a sweat daily is as important as any meditation practice for overall well being I love to train. Using the body for at least a couple hours of activity each day is an essential aspect of being human. Breaking a sweat each day is as natural as the sun in the sky and the […]

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How Perspective Can Influence Perception

Our perception of reality can change with a shift in perspective Perspective. This is the single most useful tool that you can use in your daily life to alter the quality of your experience. Let’s imagine something isn’t quite working out as you would like; ask yourself, how does this look from a different place? […]

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What Creativity Means To Me

Creativity is the lifeblood of a happy, healthy way of life I’ve been experimenting with creativity for years. Since high school I’ve studied design and been fascinated with how things come to be as they are. We were born to create. It’s an innate calling that we all feel throughout our lives. Every action we […]

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Ever Feel Like You’re Being Lied To?

One of the great blessings of living in India is how little I’m exposed to mainstream media. We don’t have a television set, I don’t understand Hindi yet and the ex-pat community are mostly preoccupied with the prospect of being asked to leave the country. Mainstream media is a problem for democracy. Corporate interests have […]

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5x More Wild

As a self proclaimed slacker I found this piece of advice both valuable and validating. I’ve often grappled with the desire to write more often but made excuses such as being a dancer and a dreamer. The idea is to write more often but less quantity. Maybe I’ll take the hint and commit to more […]

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Assassination, Exploitation and Violence

Awareness can lead to seeing things that are pretty ugly Last week, my partner and I were discussing the relative merits of full time employment. I’m a free lance*. Though, I have in recent months considered revisiting a more conventional 9 – 5 contracted occupation for a variety of reasons. A large part of our […]