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RUNAWAY|Journals

Brain farts about 'adulthood', career changes and my time as a digital nomad.

 

RUNAWAY | Part-Time Travel

Insight into the 'digital nomad' lifestyle of working remotely and travelling. 

Favourite Cities

Favourite Books

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Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss has been instrumental in my shift in ‘lifestyle philosophy.’ Following the Four Hour Work Week, I think is one of his best books!

Tools of Titans is a series of chapters on high performers from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Foxx, Tony Robbins, Carl Fussman, Peter H. Diamandis, Chris Sacca and more. One of my favourite quotes:

Casey Neistat – “You realize that you will never be the best-looking person in the room. You’ll never be the smartest person in the room. You’ll never be the most educated, the most well-versed. You can never compete on those levels. But what you can always compete on, the true egalitarian aspect to success, is hard work. You can always work harder than the next guy.”

Open by Andre Agassi

I'm obsessed with Tennis! This has probably been one of the BEST autobiographies I've ever read, to read about a man who hated the one thing he was so successful in. The paradox of working hard, finding success and feeling indifferent.

I loved this quote from Agassi's coach: 
"When you make perfection your ultimate goal... you're making yourself miserable. There's about five times a year you wake up perfect, when you can't lose to anybody, but it's not those five times a year that make you a tennis player. Or a human being for the matter." 

Featured Blog Posts

Jordan Peterson's Rule 9: Assume the Person you are Listening to Knows Something You Don't. 

Decoding 12 Rules for Life an Antidote to Chaos by Jordan Peterson.

Is the art of conversation and listening a dying art? Here's what I learned from Rule 9:

  1. Meaningful conversations begin with mutual exploration.

  2. Real conversations require humility and listening.

  3. It takes a village to rule a mind, so we have a moral obligation to speak and engage with each other.


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Evolutionary Psychology & Dating Intelligence

How can we increase our dating iq?

Evolutionary psychology studies human thoughts and behaviours, based on biological and primitive history. Dr David Buss, one of the founders of the field, has spent decades studying the human psyche in mate selection. Aka. why we choose assholes, gold diggers, fall in love, cheat or live happily ever after

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How to give a TEDx Talk

In 2017, I gave my first TEDx Talk ‘Decoding the Stigma of Personal Development.

Here is my recount of the 6 month lead up from speaker application to showtime. But I’ve written this blog post because I think we can all learn from each other. It starts by developing our own ideas/ perspectives and having the courage to share them with each other. Good luck my friends : ) xx

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What I learned on my Sabbatical

Food orgasms, spontaneous island trips, bad brazilian waxes, confronting self-reflection and holiday flings.

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