Entries from July 2006

Friday, July 28th, 2006

A Question of Now or Later

What would you do if you were in your mid-twenties and had to choose between two awesome job opportunities?  What if one was located in Boston and the other one was in Orlando?  What if one left you standing on the field next to Randy Moss during an NFL football game, while the other had […]

Sunday, July 23rd, 2006

Watching From A Distance

Have you ever felt unappreciated?  Have you ever felt like all your efforts are taken for granted?  I know I’ve been down that road a time or two, and until recently I wasn’t sure my labors would pay off.  But they did.  Last week I was contacted by my previous employer.  They basically told me I […]

Saturday, July 15th, 2006

Irony of Choice

Regardless of whether or not you’re satisfied with your daily routine, you always have the choice to adjust it.  Sometimes it’s almost impossible to decipher the right choice from the wrong one.  Good could be cloaked behind bad, or bad behind good.  Once the decision has been made, the moment is gone.  That decision will […]

Thursday, July 6th, 2006

An Immeasurable Playground

Angel and I had an interesting conversation the other day regarding the natural uncertainty of life.  We discussed the ever-changing fluctuations in our attitude toward past decisions and future goals.  Some days it feels certain that we’re headed down the right path, and other times we feel completely misplaced.  It’s a continual evolution of highs and […]

Monday, July 3rd, 2006

Out of the Rat Race

My buddy A-town (Andrew) left a very intelligent comment in regards to my last post, “Perfect Rests in a Shade of Grey”.  He discusses the idea of harboring personal skills and efforts with the goal of building your own enterprise.  In other words: Get out of the rat race, stop trading hours for dollars, and […]