How to use humility as your greatest tool for achieving your goals. We live in a world where we can have everything that we want. Not only can we have everything that we want, but we can have everything that we want right now. Modern-day technology has given us unprecedented accessibility to having whatever we want,
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When I first started writing, I quivered at the idea of amassing a following. I had a fear that if I started to gain a following, my ability to truthfully convey my ideas would become compromised. I felt odd posting my work with my name attached to it. As if me trying to be associated
Life is inherently filled with suffering. Suffering comes in many forms, big and small. I imagine that you can name many variations of them: losing a loved one, falling out of love with your partner, being late for work because you missed the train, losing your job, getting a flat tire, having your taco shell
Spoilers: The World didn’t end. I used to have a mild to medium level addiction towards following the news. About a year ago, I noticed this addiction was harming my life, so I decided to quit cold turkey. Before I quit, It seemed like I couldn’t go a day without being plugged into the news
2019 was a year of immense growth for me. Life presented a host of challenges, the outcomes of which were many valuable life lessons that I will cherish and reference throughout my future journey. In this post, I would like to share with you five life lessons that I learned this past year and the
I suck at surfing. Surfing is a challenging sport to perform; it requires a high degree of endurance and balance, it’s incredibly exhausting, it’s scary when ten-foot waves are crashing on top of you, and during the chilly autumn season here in Canada it can be pretty uncomfortable getting in and out of the water.
O Brave New Matt, that has such ideas in it. Let’s start at once. Dedicated to my future self, and hopefully to yours. Dear reader, I am writing this to introduce you to a new creative endeavor I am embarking on, and to also introduce you to a new me — a bravenewmatt who is courageous, open-minded,