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Jonathan Guerrera
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Dont 'feed the fears. 
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Like so many others, I used to guzzle coffee to excel at work. I finally gave it up, which was awful, but it's amazing how big of a different it makes. Sometimes giving up what you love can help you grow as a person.
It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness. —Seneca My friends like to joke that I have a second home at Philz Coffee in San Francisco. Three or four days a week, they would see an automated social media check-in at Philz as a result of me connecting to their wi-fi. There&
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New blog post! Everyone tells you how important it is to remember that you're going to die someday. But how do people actually go about this? Read on to find out! :)
The truth is . . . once you learn how to die, you learn how to live. —Morrie Schwartz Ever since reading Tuesdays With Morrie, I've been quite taken with the idea that in order to live, you must learn how to die. In other words, in order to fully appreciate life, you must live each day as t
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Thanks for the great feedback on my latest post, everyone! For those who haven't seen it yet, it's a deep dive on building a coherent life story. Definitely worth a read. :)
Life at its many (vertical) levels Human beings are great at waking up, doing things, going to sleep, and repeating. We drive our kids to school, submit project reports, endure the commute home, cook dinner, shop online a little, and maybe even book a flight to somewhere exotic to escape winter.
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Ah, a new blog post after a long break. It's a small post around the use of Facebook/Twitter blocker apps at work. I think I've finally struck the right balance. 
It's 10:30am on a dreary, rainy Wednesday. I'm trying to be productive, but running on six hours of sleep isn't helping much. I check my email; nothing new since five minutes ago. Anything on Facebook? Oh, six new notifications! Oh, and a new Buzzfeed article all of my friends are
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A fun little post about my experiences with improving my diet, and how it ties into behavior change as a whole. 
Dieting sucks. Can we all agree on that? I don't think anybody in the world enjoys sacrificing his or her favorite foods, but sometimes, it just needs to be
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Latest post is live! Inspired by analysis done on OKCupid's dataset in the book Dataclysm. 
It's 10:52pm on a Thursday. Having consumed too much caffeine, I lay in bed, tired but unable to drift off into slumber. With a sigh, I turn on the bedside lamp and grab the nearest book: Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One's Looking) by Christian Rudder. In Dataclysm, Rudder
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An oldie but goodie from my blog. Worth a read if you find yourself backtracking on goals.
  Introducing Kaizen If there is one concept that I feel embodies everything I've learned about personal development and effective change, it's the Japanese concept of Kaizen. Taken from Wikipedia: Kaizen, Japanese for "improvement", or "change for the better&quo
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An oldie, but goodie from my blog. Do you agree with the main premise? Years later, still figuring out my thoughts on this. :)
Being realistic is the most common road to mediocrity. Why would you be realistic? What’s the point? It just puts up a barrier. —Will Smith Is being a little crazy a good thing? Will Smith makes a good point (see the quote above). For many worthwhile endeavors, the odds of success are so low,
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My first major blog post since May '14! The topic? Five questions that will challenge you to build a framework that can guide you through life's murky waters.
Life at its many (vertical) levels Human beings are great at waking up, doing things, going to sleep, and repeating. We drive our kids to school, submit project reports, endure the commute home, cook dinner, shop online a little, and maybe even book a flight to somewhere exotic to escape winter.
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That was Google+'s best auto-awesome yet. Very cool.
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One day I'll make latte art like this...
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