The smartphone has taken over the world. According to the Pew institute, 77% of the U.S. Population have smartphones. I wonder if in the near future we’ll simply drop the “smart” part of that, and the default will be phones with Internet and camera features. Seems inevitable, and with it, the concept of task management… Continue reading Week 9 Inspiration – The Best Task Management App To Date
I currently live in a home with two cats, but that’s me being more of victim of circumstance rather than choice. Cat shows up, it has babies, your kids go nuts – the story writes itself. Yet, when I was a child we were a dog family. On the days we would pretend to be… Continue reading Are we just peeing on trees?
Hello Gentle Readers to Week 8! We’ve got a nice surprise for you this week, another tool to help make the journey a bit more fruitful – SparcCards. SparcCards are the latest tool we’ve developed to help you connect techniques that are proven to make life more fulfilling in an easy to read synopsis. Think of… Continue reading Week 08 – Introducing SparcCards
I have one ex-teen, one teen, and one almost teen. I KNOW teen. Teen is the poster child for chaos. It teaches so much. It’s a class in complexity science, self-actualization, and patience. Teens are undergoing an astonishing transformation, from the little one that you held in an arm easily to someone who’s asking for your… Continue reading How My Teens Make Me Better – The Case for Diversity
I hesitated to write this one, since it has to do with dieting and I just started and I feel like its bad luck to talk about it “going well” too soon. Yet, here I am doing it anyway. That’s right – I’m on a diet, but more interestingly, LifeSparcs techniques are helping me, and… Continue reading Week 7 – Can LifeSparcs Make a Diet Work?
= WOW Note: this post seems to be getting a ton of spam, so I flipped the title around just to see if that helps. Gentle Reader, I’ll be honest – it took me a few hours after Superbowl 51 to recover. I had to work to use the pent-up energy, which was… Continue reading How the Superbowl Affirmed Life Itself
No one is more excited when a new productivity book comes out than me. But I understand not everyone is obsessive about the same things. Thus, I’m introducing a new tool that you can add to your arsenal, so when life modulates you are ready. But let’s step back…Quiz time! What is this? This is… Continue reading Is Goal Achievement is Like a Weapon System?
Sorry folks for the lack of blogging! I had joined a writing competition! It poppped up on my social feed, and since my highest rankinging growth goal is to be a better writer, I jumped on this one. Its called the 11th Annual Short Story Challenge . Here’s how they describe it : “A creative writing competition… Continue reading 3 Things I Learned from the Writing Challenge
First let me admit that I am a huge fan of Simon Sinek, who is the creator of a fabulously successful TED talk about why companies are successful. His thought – people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. He is an excellent, convincing speaker on par with Obama and other… Continue reading Simon Sinek is Wrong About Millenials
it·er·a·tion ˌitəˈrāSHən/ noun the repetition of a process or utterance. repetition of a mathematical or computational procedure applied to the result of a previous application, typically as a means of obtaining successively closer approximations to the solution of a problem ~~~ As you may know, LifeSparcs.com was built on the concepts borne in part from… Continue reading The Key to Successful Goal Achievement is Iterating