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So, this week was pretty cool. Among other actions I took, I really did double my fitness regimen and adopted Schwarzenegger's gym routine. Today (Sunday actually) was my sixth day of doing a two-a-day split routine and eating two meals a day instead of three. I gotta say ... it wasn't bad at all. In fact it was terrific! I felt great all week! I capped the week off today with an 8 mile walk. Tomorrow is my rest day from the gym and there's only 23 days left modelling Schwarzenegger.

 I suppose walking 8 miles may seem like a lot or "hard", but whenever I think about something that is supposedly physically hard to do, I just conjure up one of my favourite people: the Iron Lady,  Diana Nyad - all she did was swim from Cuba to Florida. So, the hardness of walking 8 miles is very relative to me .

Of course swimming from Cuba to Florida is awesome, but the principles involved to accomplish such a feat are just as awesome if not more so. The whole enterprise is quite inspiring. You might find it helpful too. Here is Diana Nyad (a person who I've written about before), in one of the all time great inspirational talks (and one of my favourite Youtube videos) explaining her feat and the principles behind it: https://youtu.be/Zx8uYIfUvh4

#motivation #inspiration #fitness  
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The good thing and the bad thing about being an "IT expert" is that you can work anywhere at any-time. For example, like me tonight, you can stumble out of the gym at 11pm after doing a ridiculous number of sets of leg presses and then jump right into your technical review of Windows 10.

Windows 10 is an interesting product from Microsoft in that, with it,  they are showing that they are listening to customers  - by bringing back features that it eschewed in Windows 8.1. Like the Start Menu button for instance. Of course there's more to Windows 10 than that, which I'll get into in another post.

There's talk of a free version of Windows in the near future. I'd love to see that porcine fly! But, in any case, I have a renewed interest in Microsoft on the desktop and I feel it's incumbent upon me to be on top of the latest and greatest from Redmond.

I've got a few hours of midnight oil to burn and I'm going to use it on testing Windows 10 with AMI's AMIDuOS. I'd like to see if it's possible to get the best of Android on a desktop computer - while, of course, still having full access to a no-compromises Linux distribution via visualization on the same  configuration.

If you haven't heard of AMIDuOS, the OS that runs Android on Windows, here's an article on the topic you may find useful http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amiduos-android-windows,28543.html.

Here also is a neat Youtube video of what Windows 10 looks and feels like.

#windows10 #DuoOS #android
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What a great time to be alive, knowledge and learning is available at the click of a mouse! I'm so excited in anticipation of starting my Google developed Udacity course. I'm really looking forward to adding Full Stack Developer to my repertoire of IT skills with an official nanodegree from Udacity -  https://www.udacity.com.

#udacity #google #mooc #stem #stemeducation #unstoppable  
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I had adversity this morning. I mixed it in with my cereal.

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78 Things you can do with Google. Some are more useful than others.
Tips and tricks you didn't know you could do with Google for on the go, at work and having fun.
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A couple of weeks ago, in order to shake free from my comfort zone in attaining my written goals,  I conducted a 7 day experiment wherein, on a lark, I did the opposite of what I usually do like George from Seinfeld in The Opposite episode:  https://youtu.be/_vyb5dkQZPw.

I wrote about the experience here: (Day 1: http://goo.gl/QIYMl6, Day 2: http://goo.gl/erCjYv, Day 3: http://goo.gl/JDJA0j, Day 5: http://goo.gl/qEBLC0, Day 6: http://goo.gl/GZQ3Bc, Day 7: http://goo.gl/a0mTmL). The results were quite remarkable and it was a lot of fun.

This week, I will layer what I learned from that first experiment with new techniques from The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris: http://goo.gl/hpK826 and Four Seconds by Peter Bregman: http://goo.gl/yHvN9E.

This is going to be an exciting week applying these new concepts and principles and making them my own! Here's a Youtube video of Tim Ferris discussing ideas from The Four Hour Work Week https://youtu.be/OYpRja0-vrU.

#motivation #inspiration #discipline #aspiration #performance
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“Reason, has much too short a wing”.
-Dante

I thought of that quote as I was listening to the dialogue in this trailer. The manufacturing of a form of madness in Bruce Wayne driven by tragic loss and pain, is the undercurrent of Batman (The Dark Night).

That is the dynamic that potentially unites the heroic main characters in the upcoming Superman vs Batman movie. The dialogue I'm referring to starts at the 1:00  mark. Here's the official teaser trailer of Batman vs Superman https://youtu.be/IwfUnkBfdZ4

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The good thing and the bad thing about being an "IT expert" is that you can work anywhere at any-time. For example, like me tonight, you can stumble out of the gym at 11pm after doing a ridiculous number of sets of leg presses and then jump right into your technical review of Windows 10.

Windows 10 is an interesting product from Microsoft in that, with it,  they are showing that they are listening to customers  - by bringing back features that they eschewed in Windows 8.1. Like the Start Menu button for instance. Of course there's more to Windows 10 than that, which I'll get into in another post.

There's talk of a free version of Windows in the near future. I'd love to see that porcine fly! But, in any case, I have a renewed interest in Microsoft on the desktop and I feel it's incumbent upon me to be on top of the latest and greatest from Redmond.

I've got a few hours of midnight oil to burn and I'm going to use it on testing Windows 10 with AMI's AMIDuOS. I'd like to see if it's possible to get the best of Android on a desktop computer - while, of course, still having full access to a no-compromises Linux distribution via visualization on the same  configuration.

If you haven't heard of AMIDuOS, the OS that runs Android on Windows, here's an article on the topic that you may find useful http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amiduos-android-windows,28543.html.

Here also is a neat Youtube video of what Windows 10 looks and feels like.

#windows10 #DuoOS #android
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So, last week I was all excited about reading and applying the principles from “The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris http://goo.gl/qgjJAc and writing about it here. But after reading the first chapter, I realized that before I could really put The Four Hour Work Week to work, I needed to do my homework  so to speak. I needed to complete a couple of other books that I'm also reading.

The first is “Choose Yourself by James Altucher http://goo.gl/JFpkN8.  It's a quick read.  It's also an immensely useful and practical book for insight into how to extract the best from oneself. The other is “Secret's Of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Ecker http://goo.gl/bV37F6 , which, by the title alone, should hint to you that it's a fabulous book.

Which brings me to today. Walt Disney (the man, not the place or the company) is quoted as having said: “You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you”.

That is exactly what I woke up to this morning: a nice, well placed, kick in the teeth – figuratively speaking of course. And, straight from the pages of Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind, I chose to see the opportunity in this so-called adversity. I decided to use this adversity as fuel, motivation (fire, activation energy if you will) to dramatically enhance things I'm already working on.

In response to today's “kick”, I choose to channel my energy and response by:

A. Today, I modified my workouts by adopting Arnold Schwarzenegger's (yes, The Terminator was a supreme bodybuilder before his acting days) pre-contest gym routine. I've doubled down on my fitness with a twice-a-day double split routine. I'm committed to this for 30 days.

B. I'm currently doing no dietary supplementation. Today, I switched to daily supplementation, with pre-workout drinks and post workout mass building drinks.

C. Today, I lopped off one meal a day from my diet. Now it's two square meals a day with no major eating after 6pm.

C. Today, I picked one of my major goals and slashed the completion time I set for it by 50%.

D. Today, I increased the overall financial goal I've set for myself for the year by 25%. Btw, in The Four Hour Work Week, Tim Ferris doesn't recommend setting yearly financial goals like this - but I'll save that discussion for another post.

That is the opportunity I found in today's so-called adversity. Here's Arnold Schwarzenegger being interviewed and providing insight on working out – https://youtu.be/QcM9CZMMDkU.

#arnoldschwarzenegger #motivation #inspiration #excellence
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A couple of weeks ago, in order to shake free from my comfort zone in attaining my written goals,  I conducted a 7 day experiment wherein, on a lark, I did the opposite of what I usually do like George from Seinfeld in The Opposite episode:  https://youtu.be/_vyb5dkQZPw.

I wrote about the experience here: (Day 1: http://goo.gl/QIYMl6, Day 2: http://goo.gl/erCjYv, Day 3: http://goo.gl/JDJA0j, Day 5: http://goo.gl/qEBLC0, Day 6: http://goo.gl/GZQ3Bc, Day 7: http://goo.gl/a0mTmL). The results were quite remarkable and it was a lot of fun.

This week, I will layer what I learned from that first experiment with new techniques from The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris: http://goo.gl/hpK826 and Four Seconds by Peter Bregman: http://goo.gl/yHvN9E.

This is going to be an exciting week applying these new concepts and principles and making them my own! Here's a Youtube video of Tim Ferris discussing ideas from The Four Hour Work Week https://youtu.be/OYpRja0-vrU.

#motivation #inspiration #discipline #aspiration #performance
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See how two Bandaid 30 devs started a music movement to fight Ebola in just 14 days. "Because 100% of the site was static, rather than creating all of the above services, we simply copied the BandAid 30 website to Google Cloud Storage. http://goo.gl/0ga5Ev
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