Why You Will Never Become A Man

Posted on August 22, 2012
Why you will never become a man

How long will it take you to become a Man? And I'm not just talking about an adult male here. I mean that strong, powerful, authentic, courageous Man that you've always dreamed of being. A month? A year? Maybe 10 years? Well, I’m sorry to be the one to disappoint you, but if you’re giving yourself even a week, you may as well be giving yourself 100 years because you’ll never become a Man. Ever. Because if you’re giving ...

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I’m Ready

Posted on August 11, 2012
leap of faith

Things are strange right now. Really strange. I’ve been sitting on my couch for the last hour trying to do some long term planning. It’s not going well. Every time I try and come up with a rewarding and fulfilling endpoint to work towards, I fail. There’s nothing there. LITERALLY nothing. I can’t come up with anything that I would find empowering, ecxiting, and interesting. So, I tried a different route. I asked myself: If ...

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This is what it feels like to fail…

Posted on August 9, 2012
this is what it feels like to fail

I'm slowly realising just how closed I've been to what's really going on around me. I thought the stories were just feminist propaganda designed to fan the flames of blame and injustice. It turns out I'm wrong. Despite what I previously thought, there are a LARGE amount of Men around the world who not only resent women, but actually hate them. And not a little bit, a LOT. They have huge amount of stored up and repressed anger for the ...

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Is Bali The Lifestyle Design Capital of the World?

Posted on July 1, 2012
Lifestyle design in Bali

Short answer: No. It's not. By any stretch of the imagination. I've been back in Australia for a few weeks now and I thought it was time to document my thoughts on my 2 months in Bali.   The Journey (Quick summary) We landed in Bali at 4pm and were greated by the resort driver at the airport gates. He picked us up and drove us 3 hours up the north-west coast to a town called Medewei where we stayed for 7 nights. From ...

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Why Apple Will Continue to Rule the Tech World

Posted on June 12, 2012
Macbook Pro

Because they care. It's really that simple. They care about their customers. They care about their designs. And they care about producing the highest quality product possible. This video of the new Macbook Pro is a perfect example of that: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw9lVrxARrg Everything about this computer screams: WE CARE. They didn't just incrementally build on previous versions as technology developed, they redesigned ...

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Paleo FAIL

Posted on March 1, 2012

This new paleo diet I'm on in amazing. Literally amazing. Like I said in the last post, I have more energy, I've dropped a whole lot of body fat, and I just feel healthier all the time. But I've just hit my first major road block with it: Ketosis. APPARENTLY, it's what happens when you start to burn body fat to make energy. It has various side effects for different people but it turns out the one that I get it debilitating stomach ...

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Paleo for the WIN!

Posted on February 28, 2012

At the start of the year, I did something that fell so far outside my normal scope of reality that it almost felt illegal. I went on a diet that contained no rice, no pasta, no bread, no refined, and no processed food. It's called 'The Paleo diet'. It's so far outside my comfort zone because I'd spent my entire life playing heaps of sport and being told that in order to have energy, I needed to pound carbs. I was constantly smashing ...

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My Mobile Lifestyle Gets Put To The Test

Posted on February 23, 2012

It's official. The tickets are booked, the accommodation is sorted, I'm going to Bali. My girlfriend and I fly out on April 18th to spend 5 days with my dad in Adelaide and then we're off to tropical paradise. It's going to be a very interesting time. It's going to be the first time we've been in such an isolated environment together without the usual support networks of friends and family around us. The first week is booked in a ...

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Construction, Automation, and Bali

Posted on February 9, 2012
Bali

There's been a huge amount going on since the last update. I've finished the automation sequences for my website and things are running smoothly. Conversion rates aren't anywhere near what I want them to be but I'm still pulling in enough traffic to ensure the low conversion rates are adequate to keep the company afloat. I just cracked the 60,000 visitors / month mark last night so traffic is holding strong. The site a a bit of a dip a few ...

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The Best Testimonial Ever…

Posted on November 16, 2011

You can get as many written testimonials and audio recordings as you like but if people don't believe that you're living the life they want, they'll never believe any of them. If you're selling 'make money online' advice, you better be living the kind of lifestyle that comes from being able to easily and effortlessly make money. And you better ooze the confidence and strength that come from being able to easily make money. If you're ...

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