Monthly Archives: June 2014

DJing, Writing and Public Accountability

I came to a realization recently about some of the similarities between DJing and writing. I DJed for about 3 years up until I left Ireland in May 2013. I have been a big fan of clubbing and have enjoyed electronic music since I was 18. In my home town, I was fortunate to be…

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Hack your productivity

“Be like a postage stamp— stick to one thing until you get there.” —Josh Billings I wake up early, meditate and do gentle stretches. I shower, brush my teeth and drink some water. It’s 8am and I am ready to do work. Lots of it. I have big plans for today. I will write two…

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How to do a headstand

The headstand (Sirasasana in Sanskrit) is definitely my favourite yoga posture to practice. After getting over the initial fear of being inverted it becomes a fun posture to practice. I find it very helpful on them days when I’m feeling sluggish. I perform the movement for 30-60 seconds and the increase in blood flow to…

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Four Agreements Towards a Stress Free Life

The following comes from my favorite book, “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz, a spiritual teacher from Mexico. My father gave me this book when I was 21 and it had a profound effect on me. While it isn’t really saying anything new, it is the simplicity of it that makes it so powerful.…

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