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My Visualization Board

This is less of a blog post as it is just a reference for myself to look at when I need to. But I’ll give some explanation. Visualization is a technique used by many successful CEOs and celebrities to visualize themselves having the success they desire. That visualization actually helps motivate them to succeed. Jim Carrey […]

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Should We Tell People "It's Going to Be Okay?"

Some of you may have heard of The Piano Guys, a group of musicians that provide some stunning songs, usually with the Cello and Piano. Not long ago they released a song called, “It’s Gonna Be Okay.” This song embodied all of the many feelings that I’ve felt over the years, the approach that I […]

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My Autobiography, Part 2: My Parents and the Best Day of Their Lives

I should probably start by briefly mentioning my parents, without whom I wouldn’t be here, nor would I have had the opportunities and the privileges I’ve had in my life. While I’m getting ahead of myself, I would like to say that I am so grateful for my parents. While no family is perfect, my […]

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My Autobiography, Part 1: Introduction

As I begin this writing, today is Monday, May 23rd, 2016. I am 28 years old. Yesterday, Sunday, after conversing with my mother I realized that I very much wanted to start this autobiography. We were talking about just how much is too much when trying to pass on your own legacy. In my estimation, […]

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Jason's Rule #2: Assume You Don't Know the Big Picture

A while back, I wrote a post about my #1 rule: Don’t worry about what you can’t control. This is indeed my number top rule for living a peaceful and effective life. But I have more rules that help me find peace, and I’d like to share #2. Rule #2: Assume you don’t know the big […]

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Jason's Rule #1: If you don't control it, don't worry about it.

I have a number of “rules” that I adhere to in life. I find them quite useful. In recent weeks I’ve been defining them and sharing. That is the point of this post, and several that will likely follow. I have found these rules to be extremely helpful, so I think they’re worth sharing with […]

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I'm a Synesthete and My Initials are Brown

Well actually, just the J is brown. The H is more of a light burnt orange, but it’s close. I have a common, harmless condition called Synesthesia. This is a condition where one area of the brain is connected to another, causing a merging of senses. They can vary. Some people associate sounds with colors, […]

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Compartmentalizing Progress

I was debating whether to post this on my weight loss blog, or on this one. In the end, I thought I’d post it here because it involves more than just weight loss. Not that long ago, I wasn’t doing very well with my personal progress. The primary reason for this was my weight. I […]

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Why I Registered Libertarian

I’m not very into politics. In fact, this is probably one of the few times that I will post a blog about it. Yesterday I registered as a Libertarian, and I’ve felt really happy with the decision. Here’s a peek at my thought process that moved me to make this decision. Over the years, I’ve […]

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Miracles in Real Life - Part 1

For a long time, I’ve felt that the world is too full of negative news. I think this is mostly because people choose not to focus on the positive aspects of their lives. Personally, I try very hard to never appear negative on social media platforms, even if I’m feeling terrible. I will choose not […]

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