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5 Things Death Taught Me

Seeing death and losing loved ones have caused me reflect on five things constantly. 1. Fight procrastination and do what I can now. It doesn’t have to be major. Small steps toward progress count. I don’t need to complete that entire YouTube video today but at least finish editing the vocals. Carpe diem. Seize the…

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Podcast – Weekly – 20170906

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Podcast – Weekly – 08292017

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Releasing Music in 2017

Before the two rough mixdowns in mid-2015 (Atmospheric1 and House26) I hadn’t released any music since my mother’s Ride ‘Em album. But the recording engineer, not I, mixed those beats. I’d hoped those tracks showed my versatility and potential, though I didn’t choose them all. Instrumental 613 is still my favorite on that album. I…

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Fitness – My Outlet

Music is my therapy. It’s how I deal with life emotionally. resistance training is my outlet. It’s my favorite way to escape life mentally for 1 hour, grounds me daily, and boosts my mood. Throughout teen years, Weight training for strength was the one thing I knew would improve my quality of life forever. It…

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5 Websites For IT Training

Here are 5 websites with great free IT training. 1. I checkĀ edX.org first when looking for structured online courses – yes, even before Coursera. Though many courses are paid, there are great freebies including Berklee’s Music Production and Vocal Recording Technology and The Linux Foundation’s Introduction to Linux. You can also embed badges for completed…

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5 Interesting Companies I Found while Job Hunting

Here are 5 really interesting companies I came across while networking and roaming career fairs. 1. Someone at RallyPoint pointed me to Sentrillion. They have field technicians that travel the country to install and maintain security cameras and related network equipment. It’s hard to argue with free travel. 2. Before Darkhorse Tech I had never…

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5 Pet Peeves for Army Leaders

Here’s a short list of popular pet peeves for Army Leaders and how they became common. 1. I’m a Sergeant, a NCO, not a pay grade Why it’s a pet peeve: I didn’t get promoted to E-5. Refer to me as you address me according to AR 600-20 – as Sergeant. How it started: 1….

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Linux MX-16

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