The Japanese have been practicing the discipline of mindfulness for ages but it’s only become in vogue here in the states in the last few years. I know that it was a large topic of conversation in my last company in and around the staff and I’ve even attended workshops here in San Francisco on it exclusively.
But what hasn’t quite happened yet is the full integration of it in our entire lives:
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An unbelievable problem that doesn’t seem too difficult to solve… especially when compared to some of the many other issues that we have related to the climate:
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I always wonder how folks figure out what they should do with themselves, especially when it comes to their jobs and professions.
Some of us follow the more traditional paths while some of us carve our own… while others may accidentally fall into it.
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Just over a month ago I finally, permanently, quit twitter.
And ohhhhh emmmmm ggggggggeeeee… it’s been #!$!#@ fantastic. I share a few more thoughts via my vlog yesterday:
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This junk is so fascinating.
My wife has understood and experienced this phenomenon for a lot longer than I have and explained to me that “Koreans just make eating look so good…” … … …
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I shared recently the release of MNML App which has had the good fortune of being Featured in the Mac App Store, which, of course, is fantastic.
But I also shared in that post that I’ve been in the process of focusing my efforts and time into just a few things now… and when I mean “a few” I’m being quite literal.
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The other day I unboxed a new product that I had full intentions of using liberally, a new 360 VR camera from Vuze.
My hope was that not only could it create a new experience on the vlog for my subscribers but that it also could allow me to insert myself into a nascent new economy that has a lot of promise and opportunity.
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Yesterday I quietly launched MNML App to the Mac App Store and it was featured in the main carousel worldwide!
Check it out:
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The fine folks over at Startup Stories interviewed me on a few topics that you might find interesting (maybe not):
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This artist turns the struggle of depression into something beautiful through his art, an imaginary world where a small man is traveling through a long-forgotten jungle and encountering his fears, manifested as giant animals with glowing eyes.
Many of these spoke to me very deeply and clearly; I know what this is like.
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