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Justin Clark
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Interview with David Lavallee (Director of the documentary "White Water, Black Gold") on the environmental effects of Alberta's Oil Sands.
Episode #2! In this episode I speak to David Lavallee, who is an expert on the environmental impact of the mining of the oil sands in Alberta in Canada. David has created a documentary on that topic called White Water, Black Gold. Play. Podcast: Play in new window | Download ...
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My experience trying to think positive.
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  ?#&@*%$! “I just realized that I’ve never heard you swear!” That’s a line that I’m used to hearing after I meet new people and have spent some time with them. I’ve never gotten into the habit of swearing, at
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Tried "Trauma Release Exercises" & they didn't do much
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Our goal at Time Doctor is to enable anyone to work from anywhere. Check out how +Justin Clark did just that by being a #digitalnomad  in Bali. 
What I’m doing, thanks to Time Doctor, is trying out life as a “digital nomad”. A Canadian like myself living & working in Indonesia.
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Podcast interview with Chris Kerston of The Savory Institute on how holistic farming can prevent climate change.
In this episode I speak to Chris Kerston, a holistic “beyond organic” farmer who now works with The Savory Institute promoting farming methods that can heal the land from the damage done by conventional farming practices. These practices can help to undo the damage we've done that is leading to ...
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I love this! Please take a moment to check out my sustainable nature blog--I even have a post regarding industrial agriculture. 
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An interview with Simon Lamb (producer of the documentary "Thin Ice") on climate change science.
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I recently tried Kundalini yoga for the first time -
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Tried psychedelic drugs last month.
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Things I like...

  • Startups
  • Online Business
  • Online Marketing (SEO, SEM, PPC, CPM, media buys, CPV, social media, mobile)
  • Inbound Marketing
  • Affiliate Marketing
Health & Fitness:
  • Running
  • Crossfit
  • Paleo Diet
  • Vegan Diet (Yes, I'm aware that the Paleo & Vegan diets are incompatible, but I've tried them both and like them both for different reasons.)
Reading & Thinking.  A few random authors:
  • Ken Wilber
  • Sam Harris
  • Timothy Ferriss
  • Eric Ries
  • Peter Schiff
  • Susan Cain
  • Stephen Covey
  • Astronomy
  • Genealogy (Family Trees,
  • Spirituality / Meditation
  • Polyphasic Sleeping
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Ottawa, Canada
    2012 - present
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Employee Time Tracking and Time Analytics Software

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Yigit Konur - Time Doctor

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Lindy hop swing dancing!

So swing dancing doesn't have much to do with minimalism, but it is part of experiencing life, which is one of my goals going through this w

A Month of Growing Food

In January I decided to try growing some food in my apartment. I thought it would be fun, healthy, and better for the environment than buyin

Review of The Mankind Project’s New Warrior Training Adventure

In early November I went on a personal development weekend for men put on by The Mankind Project (MKP). I also attended a men’s group meetin

How I learned to donate to charity effectively

In December I decided to donate to charity for the first time. I won’t explain here what charities I donated to or how much… I’ll just say t

A Month of a Morning Routine

For February I decided to start every morning with a standard routine. The idea was that if I started the day on the right foot (rather than

A Month of Podcasting – How & Why I started “The Green Podcast”

A while ago someone suggested to me that I needed a new “challenge” to which I could apply myself. I wanted something that would be primaril

A Month of Psychedelic Drugs – My Experience

Warning: In this post I explain some of my experiences on psychedelic drugs during roughly the past month. But before I do, there’s a lot of

Reiki: Are Skeptics Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater?

Reiki: Are Skeptics Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater? Studying the AQAL Integral map for the evolution of consciousness has been the

A Month of Writing to my Brother

Last Christmas, a gift that I received from one of my brothers was an offer to do one of my upcoming month projects with me. I accepted, and

Review of Trauma Release Exercises (TRE)

I first heard about Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) through a guest post on Tim Ferriss’s blog. They sounded interesting & useful to me, so f

A Month of Singing

I’ve never been able to carry a tune, and have always been terrified of anyone hearing me sing. Those facts, along with some of my experienc

A Month of Therapy & “Inner Journey”

In February I did some inner work on myself, which consisted of therapy (I visited a counselor a few times), and a 3.5 day retreat called th

Inner Journey Seminar Review

At the end of February I did a 3.5 day personal development “retreat” (*) called the Inner Journey Seminar which is designed to stretch/grow

Five Split Tests We Did at Time Doctor and What We Learned | Biz 3.0

We’re constantly running multiple split tests on the Time Doctor website, with the intent of increasing conversion rates. We always have at

How to Become a Skype Ninja | Biz 3.0

Skype is a fantastic tool when used correctly, but if you’re not careful it can derail your productivity worse than an addiction to cat vide