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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct17Post.mp4 Many, many years ago, me and some buddies were planning a backpacking trip. It was going to be a week. What made this particular trip different was the first day. The book that described this hike said the first day had two options. To get over this huge pass in one day, or to take two. We asked a bunch of experts, and they all said making it one day was difficult. So we both trained, in our own way, to get ready. For a while I was hitting the gym stairclimbers pretty hard. They had these contours show
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct16Post.mp4 Archimedes famously said, "give me a lever long enough and I'll move the Earth." This sounds like one of those metaphysical statements, but it's really purely scientific. If you have a lever, on top of a fulcrum, the weight you push down on one side is related to the different lengths. If the weight you want to move is on a length 10 feet to the right of the fulcrum, and you have twenty feet on the other side, you only need to push down with half the weight's worth of pressure. So, let's say the Earth weights 1.3 kajillio
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct07Post.mp4 There are two important phases in life. Way, way back in the day, it was very, very difficult to move from the first stage into the second stage. In fact, it's very rare that this happened voluntarily. We were forced, more or less, into this second stage. Consider the structure of the hero's journey story. A long, carefully evolved story structure that exists, in myth form, in all cultures. All cultures to face this same transition. From the first stage to the second stage. This is reflected in the her