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“Better: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance” by Atul Gawande

I’ve read several of Atul Gawande’s and while they aren’t along my typical thread of cognitive psychology, I do often find some very useful and insightful information from his books. Some of our lives are a continuous pursuit of improvement. … Continue reading

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Ground Soldier Survivability Enhancement

Introduction The discipline of combat survivability is well defined for aircraft. Other physical combat systems like ships and ground vehicles have been explored, but not to the breadth and depth of aircraft. This ground soldier survivability assessment seeks to adapt … Continue reading

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“What Failing at the CrossFit Games Can Teach You About Success” by Val Wright

I read this short article after performing the first workout of the 2015 CrossFit Games. One of my main purposes for doing this blog is to consolidate and link my thoughts and ideas between the books, articles, and insights I have on … Continue reading

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“Why Being a Cynic Gets You Nowhere” Men’s Health May 2014

View the original Men’s Health article here. In addition to books, I find a lot of real-life inspirational advice from Men’s Health. It’s a publication I trust and read often. This article on cynicism helped me keep things in perspective … Continue reading

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