I was pretty smart four years ago when I asked, "how do you plan for success?" I'm dumber now, I guess, because I just read that piece and learned something from it. Maybe I'm not dumber. Maybe I just needed a reminder. Clearly I haven't spent the four years learning the entire lesson. I was […]
In a shorter-than-usual podcast, we change directions this week, talking about running, being amazing at what you have, and allowing your plan to change.
A 2-fer on Saturday took me halfway to my 2016 running goal. 500 miles down, 500 miles to go. The calendar said I was 13 days ahead of schedule — we were 170 days into the year with 196 left. Yeah, I know. I picked a leap year. If I reach my goal on Dec. […]
We discuss Sunday morning's mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, and then move on to happier things (eventually).
Start this around 27 minutes. Alex and Allyson Grey visited Joe Rogan last month. The Greys are the founders of the Church of Sacred Mirrors, a church (yes, with IRS certification and everything) centered around sacred art and that sort of thing. They have a discussion with Rogan starting around 27 minutes into the podcast […]
Links to stuff I talk about: • 1 Million Cups • United Sustainable Tomorrow and GreenMap • PermitZone • Trump co-chair tells CNN to stop using the term "racist" • Josh & Kelvin World Domination Podcast (JKWD) • End of primary season (mostly) • Hillary Clinton's speaking fees | charitable donations • Gary Johnson, Libertarian […]
Today marks the final big day of primary season. We still have the Washington, DC, primary coming up next week, but with primaries in New Jersey, California, and several smaller states today, we're getting ready to move into conventions. It's been a month since Donald Trump became the only candidate running on the Republican side. […]
Links to stuff I talk about: • 1 Million Cups • TipToepia • The Scout Guide Savannah • Trump blasts media for questioning where fundraiser money went • I'm Dreaming of a Black Christmas by Lewis Black • Georgia Download Destination • Astonishing Legends podcast • Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard […]
Veterans section at Bonaventure Cemetery. See more photos from Bonaventure. Memorial Day, formerly called Decoration Day, has been around since during the Civil War. In fact, the first celebration was exactly 154 years, ago, on May 30 of 1862. To all those who have served and we've lost, we promise not to forget. To all […]
Note: I'm having some SoundCloud issues (OK, maybe I'm having some Josh-is-too-cheap-to-pay-for-SoundCloud-at-this-time issues). You can listen right here anyway. Links to stuff I talk about: • 1 Million Cups • Jordan Riles Ogden of J. Enterprises and the Impressum School of Social Graces • The Great Takeover • 5-year-old shoots, kills self while playing with […]