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Date Fri, 23 Feb 2018 04:04:42 GMT Traffic Sources Chart Alexa Rank History Chart aleax Html To Plain Text | a blog about tech, sports, and life Home About Disclosure Contact Advertise Compass vs Map February 8, 2013 — 1 Comment “Godin calls himself a teacher. He’d rather give his students a compass than a map. ‘I’m trying to say to people, just for a minute: Put on a set of glasses and see the world as I imagine it,’ he says. ‘Does it work for you? Does it feel right? Does it make sense? And, if it does, don’t do what I just said to do–that’s a cookie cutter. Invent your own next chapter.'” –Seth Godin in Entrepreneur Magazine, Feb 2013 Most people like to have a specific plan of action to follow. What’s the fastest way to get from point A to point B? So, we fire up Google Maps, type in our destination, then hit get directions. This is fine much of the time. But life isn’t meant to be lived this way. We might know where we are, but we have no clue where we will end up later in life. And we often might be heading toward what we believe is the right destination, but one day we find out the place we are going to isn’t where we should be. Or, worse, that destination might not have ever existed in the first place. A better approach to life is to live life by the compass. You know where you are. You have a good sense for the direction you should be heading. But you’re only desire is to move that direction. Figuring out the “right” or “best” path to get there isn’t important. It doesn’t matter. Life is a journey. And it’s a short one. It’s better to enjoy the ride while you’re on it than to let life pass you by while you’re too worried about getting it right. In Personal life Hundred Chart Frog December 17, 2012 — Leave a comment Recently my wife and I made the decision to home school our children. We’re going to give it our best shot for the foreseeable future. I have full confidence in Brea’s teaching ability (she taught first grade full-time at a public school for five years). Continue Reading… In Personal “Through the church the manifold wisdom of God might now be made known to the rulers.” –Paul, Ephesians 3:10 How Important Is the Church? Posted on October 27, 2011 In Religion Leave a comment “Incompetence irritates me, but overconfidence scares me. Incompetent people rarely have the opportunities to make mistakes that greatly affect things. But overconfident leaders and experts have the dangerous ability to create disaster.” Malcolm Gladwell as quoted by Jon Acuff Incompetence vs Overconfidence Posted on October 12, 2011 In Current Events Leave a comment “If you challenge the conventional wisdom, you will find ways to do things much better than they are currently done.” –Bill James, as quoted in Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game Conventional Wisdom Posted on September 19, 2011 In Sports 2 Comments How Not to Sell a Roofing Repair September 2, 2011 — 1 Comment I admire the persistence of roofing companies, but they annoy me at the same time. Here’s a rundown of what just happened at my house. —– Doorbell. Random roofing sales dude: “Hi, sir, I’m so-and-so with random roofing company. We’re in the neighborhood today offering free roof inspections. Have you had your roof inspected since the hail storms this Spring?” Me: “No, but we can’t really do that right now.” Sales dude: “Well, why not?” Me: “Because we have a newborn baby sleeping.” Sales dude: “We could come back tomorrow.” Me: “No thanks.” —– I mean, seriously. Do you really think I want someone climbing around on my roof right after we had a baby? Maybe I’m just cranky from lack of sleep, but I think it’s important to really pay attention to other people’s needs and desires when you’re trying to sell something. This guy didn’t really get that concept. He just wanted to make a sale. [image via MJM] In Current Events Hottest Summer Ever in DFW? August 31, 2011 — 4 Comments DFW – Annual and Consecutive 100-Degree Days, a photo by kevinandbrea on Flickr. We’re not yet officially to the most 100° days in a year, but this pretty much makes me think that 2011 will forever be considered the hottest summer ever. In Current Events Brea and I had our first son (third child) on Tuesday, August 30 at 3:42 am. We pulled into the hospital parking lot at 2:40 am, so we just barely made it in time. Brea didn’t start having contractions until 1:00 am. I’m glad I didn’t have to deliver the baby in the mini-van because I don’t think the girls would’ve been as much help as the hospital staff and nurses were. Everybody is healthy and doing really well! Posted on August 31, 2011 In Personal 4 Comments “You get the best out of others when you give the best of yourself.” —Harvey S. Firestone Getting the best from others Posted on August 24, 2011 In Personal Leave a comment You’ll Learn So Much From This YouTube Video August 22, 2011 — 4 Comments Words cannot adequately express how much I learned about life from watching this YouTube video. Enjoy!!! Know of any other gems on YouTube? Share in the comments! 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