Distinctions For Life Is Back

Over a decade ago I had a video podcast – remember when those were a thing – call Distinctions For Life. Well after a very long time I’ve decided to bring it back and make it my main thing. But there are a number of changes. It isn’t a video podcast. Or any kind of…

My EDC As Of Sept 28, 2018

I’ve got a new YouTube channel I spend too much time watching, Best Damn EDC. For those of you who don’t know, EDC stands for Every Day Carry. It means the stuff you carry with you everyday. There is some variation on scope of carry. My gun friends will recognize the term and think it…

My Story

“Once upon a time there was a man and a woman who loved each other very much and they wanted to show that love and have a baby. Sadly though they tried and tried, they weren’t able to have a child on their own. So they prayed and asked God to give them a Special…

53 Things I Believe At 53

Written on the occasion of my birthday. It is possible I’m wrong. Tragedy is not evenly distributed. What you believe matters. Perception is not reality. Just because you think something is true doesn’t make it true. Jesus Christ is the Son of God. There are a lot of things worse than death. Ask good and interesting…

NaNoWrMo 2017: The League Book One, The Secret Years

This year I’m going to participate in National Novel Writing Month, aka NaNoWrMo. The Novel I have had a fantasy in my head for a very long time. In this fantasy, I received a box with Clarkian-magic* stones in it that had the ability to do at least 3 really cool things: generate gravity, change…

Personal Insight on Decision and Action

Looking for next steps is my indication I’m changing direction. I firmly believe in taking action when you decide something. I really believe you haven’t actually “decided” until you start taking action. There is this phenomena in my head where I say, “I’ve decided but not really”. This means internally I’ve decided but I’m not…

Captivate By Vanessa Van Edwards Review

Any chapter in this book is worth 10x the cost of the book. Like Vanessa I too had an epiphany at one point in my life when I realized social interaction could be learned. I wasn’t some how limited by my genetics or upbringing to forever not know what to say. Once I learned this…