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Shea Goff
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perfect little fascist
The lesson From a 22 year old social studies teacher. (Act 2)
The lesson From a 22 year old social studies teacher. (Act 2)
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Como Courtyard I am grateful for a place.
Como Courtyard I am grateful for a place.
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Yep. I'm playing some Mayer. Get over it.
Yep. I'm playing some Mayer. Get over it.
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Little things here and there. Tonight I am grateful for a hard rain and a familiar voice.
Little things here and there. Tonight I am grateful for a hard rain and a familiar voice.
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enough
Today I am grateful for enough.
Today I am grateful for enough.
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enjoying the ride
It's good to feel spent and know there was so much more you could have done today. Today I am grateful for the ride.
It's good to feel spent and know there was so much more you could have done today. Today I am grateful for the ride.
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Today I am grateful for time to play.
Today I am grateful for time to play.
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small things
Como Courtyard I am grateful for how thoughtful this place is.
Como Courtyard I am grateful for how thoughtful this place is.
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life is good
This week was Douglas Adams and Roald Dahl, but I saved a lazy, autumn afternoon for C. Clickett. Today I am grateful for brilliant writers.
This week was Douglas Adams and Roald Dahl, but I saved a lazy, autumn afternoon for C. Clickett. Today I am grateful for brilliant writers.
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Trey at Burning Man. Today I am grateful for photographers.
Trey at Burning Man. Today I am grateful for photographers.
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Ribeye for breakfast, air conditioning, a cloudy sky, and a TV show everyone watched but me. Today I am grateful for the weekend.
Ribeye for breakfast, air conditioning, a cloudy sky, and a TV show everyone watched but me. Today I am grateful for the weekend.
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you done good, son
You know how it is. You have a child and you think there's no reason to meet anyone else in this world. Then they go out and bring someone else home. Today I am grateful to have not only a daughter, but an amazing one.
You know how it is. You have a child and you think there's no reason to meet anyone else in this world. Then they go out and bring someone else home. Today I am grateful to have not only a daughter, but an amazing one.
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Seth's Blog: Numbers (and the magic of measuring the right thing)
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What you measure usually gets paid attention to, and what you pay attention to, usually gets better. Numbers supercharge measurement, becaus

Seth's Blog: The foggy mirror
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Most people can't resist a mirror. It makes the wait for an elevator more palatable, and we can't help checking--how do I look? In many ways

Seth's Blog: Depth of field
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Focus is a choice. The runner who is concentrating on how much his left toe hurts will be left in the dust by the runner who is focusing on

Seth's Blog: All the events you weren't there to control...
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Yesterday, thousands of people got married. Just about every one of these weddings went beautifully. Amazingly, you weren't there, on-site,

Seth's Blog: Prep, spec, fit and finish
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In some settings, more than 90% of the time and effort invested isn't in the actual 'work', but in getting setting up, debugging and then po

Listen to a moving track by Kindness inspired by the Syrian refugee cris...
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Kindness is part of a group of artists who've moved to try and do their bit to help with the current Syrian refugee crisis. The track called

Seth's Blog: The 2% who misunderstand you
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Sometimes, it's essential that you be completely understood. That every passenger knows where the emergency exit is, or that every employee

Seth's Blog: Pugilists
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Fighters and pugilists are different. The fighter fights when she has to, when she's cornered, when someone or something she truly believes

Seth's Blog: Degrees of freedom
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Does a college degree confer the ability to choose, to open the door to find a way to matter? Three years ago I gave this TEDx talk about th

Seth's Blog: When you do work that matters, the crowd will call you a fool
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If you do something remarkable, something new and something important, not everyone will understand it (at first). Your work is for someone,

Seth's Blog: Is it meeting your needs…
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Or merely creating new wants? Is it honoring your time or squandering your time? Is it connecting you with those you care about, or separati

Seth's Blog: Politicians, patriots and statesmen
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Some of the definitions are changing, but most fields have all three. The politician used to be what we called a bureaucratic operative, som

Seth's Blog: Telling the truth with charts
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A chart tells a story. Explain what's happening in a way that's understood, in a useful, clear presentation that's true. But too many charts

Seth's Blog: People are real, but the crowd disappoints
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Every crowd, sooner or later, will let you down. The crowd contains a shoplifter, or a heckler, or an anonymous boor who leaves a snarky com

Seth's Blog: The world's worst boss
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That would be you. Even if you're not self-employed, your boss is you. You manage your career, your day, your responses. You manage how you

Just when I think I have it figured out...
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Life: It's beautiful, messy, sad and complicated all at the same time. Just when I think I have it all together, something happens. It does

The edge of Hong Kong from Above | Stuck in Customs
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It's hard to believe the water is this color on the edge of Hong Kong, isn't it? It's not always that color, but I happen to be right by the

Seth's Blog: Labor unions in a post-industrial age
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The us/them mindset of the successful industrialist led to the inevitable and essential creation of labor unions. If, as Smith and Marx wrot

Seth's Blog: Ruckusmaker day
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About to be celebrated all over the world for the first time, tomorrow is annual Ruckusmaker Day. Tomorrow would have been Steve Jobs' 60th

Everything about this place is simply perfect.
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reviewed a month ago
The poboys. You have to have at least one poboy from this place.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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It was a great escape from all the noise of the world. The owners are gems and allowed us the time and space we needed to get comfortable and wallow in the stillness. It's quite addictive, and we are sure to return. I have to. I got lost in a book that I had to shelf before I left. On my next visit I plan to finish it.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago