This is the continuation of my previous post on the Ego.Read More
Exactly 1 year ago – I started instaMek as a somewhat real business i.e not just me and Asem out of Remedy Café answering phone calls from Kijiji and then coordinating everything through a random Excel spreadsheet and writing work orders on the back of napkins.Read More
I know I told everyone that I’d write every month, just to keep my writing skills sharp. I clearly messed that one up.
Which is why I took more than 2 days off for the first time since December 2014 – to recollect, ponder, read and then write.
For my masterpiece three-part series – I’m going to write about the ego.Read More
There's that saying "the harder I work the luckier I get" but what does it really mean? Here's my process to make sure I stay lucky.Read More
The way things are designed, it’s too easy to lose your drive. Avoid these traps if you want the freedom to purse what you really want.Read More
You have goals. You have a plan. But why do you always fall short? It probably has to do with how you're managing your mental energy.Read More
Today is the day I enter my mid to late twenties, which now means I’m officially old - I reflect back on the wisdom I've gained over the years.Read More
In last week’s piece on my everyday struggles, I talked about my first business and the lessons I learned. We learned that eight year olds make terrible employees and plans that might look good on paper don’t always work out.
This week, I’ll talk about my next venture as an active investor that didn’t go so well.Read More
This is going to be multi-part series of the struggles that I’ve gone through in the last 2 years in creating a new company that is actually profitable.
As my homie Drake says
“I heard once that they would rather hear about memories than enemies,
Rather hear what it was or will be than what is
Rather hear how you got it over how much it cost you”Read More
How many times have you heard the “stat” that 9/10 businesses fail within the first year?Read More
Everyone knows that some absurdly high number of jobs are found through social connections. So, it goes without saying that you should be using your network of contacts in finding your first job out of college.Read More
There was once a time when I was in school where life was simple. You woke up in the morning, went to school, hung out with people in your classes, and studied. It was a bubble where the mostly commonly used words and phrases were:Read More
When I first started this blog I was a fresh new grad who thought he knew it all.
I still think that and if anything I should have listened to myself instead of doing the dumb things I did where I lost money.Read More
As a serial bromancer I feel compelled to write on this subject to aware the world of just how joyous and delightful this platonic relation between two men can be.Read More
There is all this talk about how to be successful you have to work your butt off, and for those that don’t like the sound of hard work; you have to work smart. This is all fine and dandy combined with a bit of luck you should go fine and go far in life. Having said that, no one wants to see you struggle!Read More
A lot of you guys have requested a part two to my previous back to school special even though most of you failed to read the part where I said email me if you want the second part. Any who, I’ve decided, out of the goodness of my heart to post up part 2 of my back to school special.Read More
Last week when I was dropping ground breaking knowledge to the good readers of my blog, one of my very valued subscribers asked me a question which I would like to address.Read More
I have this theory that when people graduate from school and start earning money their brain cells die off proportional to the increase in salary from school to the workplace. After talking to a lot of my friends, there seem to be two major extremes; some blow all their money away on stupid things like a house or a car and live pay check to pay checkRead More