On Life as an Experiment

Whether consciously or subconsciously, we conduct experiments everyday in our lives. Taking a new route to work. Trying out a new recipe. Trying out a new business idea. “The Lens of Experimentation” The benefit of looking at decisions through this lens of “experimentation” lessens the perceived risk of failure. Why is that important? In general, … Read more

Best Job Ever: College Works Painting

College Works Painting was the best job ever. And also some of the most crazy stressful and rewarding and humbling work I’ve ever done. The Internship College Works runs a student summer “internship” program at colleges around country. They teach students the basics of running a residential exterior house painting company, where the kids are … Read more

Push-Ups to Failure

For the past month I’ve been doing a little experiment.  Each day I would do a set of push-ups until I couldn’t do any more.  Push-ups to failure, I called it. On day 1, I only could muster up a mere 27 push ups. By day 30, I was up to 72, a 267% improvement! … Read more

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