Some Stuff Shit I find that I wanna share.. so here ya go Sun, 01 Nov 2020 11:21:51 +0000 en hourly 1 Sleep styles… Sun, 01 Nov 2020 11:21:51 +0000

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Seven curses for a lean purse.. Wed, 21 Oct 2020 09:01:50 +0000 From the book ‘The richest man in babylon’ I found this book on tons of lists dealing with finances. These are what I gather from what I read.

  1. Start thy purse to fattening.
    • Basically, save one out of every ten dollars you make. In a nutshell, pay yourself first.
  2. Control thy expenditures.
    • Control what goes out, if it’s not needed dont spend. If you get a raise, you will always find a new way to spend it.
  3. Make thy gold multiply
    • Invest in high return items, or CDs, government bonds, etc
  4. Guard thy treasures from loss
    • Do your research before investing, loaning. With investments, there’s always a risk of loss.
  5. Make of thy dwelling a profitable investment
    • Buy a home, and take care of it. It’s an investment and could be used later on as capital.
  6. Insure a future income
    • Leave a means to your family to safely earn in your absence , whether it be real estate, or bonds, 401k, etc.
  7. Increase thy ability to earn
    • Increase your skill set to increase your earning power. Have a competitor making more? See what they are doing and learn how to do it if you don’t know how.

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Ten harsh truths we all need to hear.. Mon, 19 Oct 2020 22:48:04 +0000
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10 ways to be a leader when you’re not in charge Thu, 15 Oct 2020 09:08:05 +0000 1. Speak up.

Leaders, regardless of title, know their role—to share and be part of the conversation. They aren’t content to be bystanders. Decide upfront in any meeting or discussion that you have a role to play and participate. Think about how you can contribute, not if you’ll look good.

2. Have ideas to make things better.

Leaders contribute to the greater good. Bring ideas to help make your work, team and organization better. And good ideas come from being informed and learning about much more than just your daily work.

3. Stop talking about other people.

Nothing makes you look smaller faster than filling your conversations with everyone else’s weaknesses. I used to work with someone with a nonstop commentary on how everyone else was annoying, frustrating, uninformed or clueless, and so on. Most people who spend their energy in this way are trying to deflect from their own lack of confidence. It’s hard to have influence if criticism is your currency.

4. Show your brand of enthusiasm.

This doesn’t mean you have to become a cheerleader or be someone you aren’t. Enthusiasm means confidence in your ideas, a positive outlook and valuing others. No one will show more enthusiasm for your ideas than you do.

5. Power up others’ ideas.

When someone else gives a good idea, offer validation and expand on it. As an example, if your co-worker has a great recommendation for a new way of connecting with customers, then recommend how to get started with an experiment. 

6. Constantly improve how you work.

Always look for ways you can do your work better. Share ideas for even small improvements. Keep looking for how to increase your contribution—even if no one is asking you to do it.

7. Quit being a professional critic.

Early in my career, I had a respected boss tell me that “being a critic isn’t hard and that no one earns respect from doing the easy lifting.” It’s not difficult to point out what’s wrong. Leaders have recommendations and answers.

8. Solve problems rather than self-promote.

Keep your eye on the problem you want to solve or an opportunity to make your work or team better. Recommendations intended to make yourself look good or get promoted are pretty easy to spot.

9. Give credit to others.

Appreciate others’ contributions. Openly thank people for a great recommendation that worked. Congratulate others for the success of their new project. This shows not only self-confidence, but it proves that you are more interested in the success of the team than just your own.

10. Promote yourself.

Think as if you had the job that you want in the future. Know the issues you’d have to consider if you were in charge. This outlook helps you broaden your perspective and continue to grow.

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Time management Mon, 12 Oct 2020 10:16:33 +0000 Time is your most valuable resource. You only have 1440 minutes in a day.

Identify your most important task and do it first.

To overcome procrastination beat your future self. Do now what you said you’d do later. Behave like the person you hope to become

There will always be more to do.

Always carry a notebook, jotting down ideas and thoughts.

Focus on your unique strengths and weaknesses

Productivity is about energy and focus

Pareto principle specifies that 80% of consequences come from 20% of the causes.

If you can do a ask in less than 5 minutes, do it now.

Have a morning routine, being up early allows you to plan your day, get a workout, meditate.

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Breaking Knives Fri, 09 Oct 2020 22:22:28 +0000 Breaking Knives are specialist knives, having the expertise to break down larger quarters of meat and bones into smaller, easier-to-cook pieces. Breaking Knives are used to cut through the heaviest of bones. Breaking Knives have a very long, curved blade, ensures absolute precision in every cut. This 8-inch blade knife is one of the most popular Breaking Knives that have gained extensive for slicing and trimming meats of different types. When compared to a traditional butcher knife or Cimeter, Breaking Knives are preferred due to their lightweight and strong construction.

Victorinox 10" Breaking Knife
Victorinox Breaking Knife

Knifing Essentials: Why a Breaking Knife?

Feel more confident when taking upon meat and bone cutting operations with a Breaking Knife—it requires lesser effort and yields more cutting precision!

Blades of Breaking Knives are wider than other traditional knives. The wider blade adds extra weight and cutting prowess. When looking for a customized knifing option for slicing and trimming, a Breaking Knife is perhaps the best option. One can use these knives for skinning larger animals too. There is no fear of harming the blade when cutting through thicker meats or heavier bones.

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Secret to your power — Goggins Tue, 06 Oct 2020 00:18:01 +0000 You’re never gonna get there if you don’t visualize it first. Then you gotta put in the work.

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