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Month: July 2016

On the Stories We Tell Ourselves

On the Stories We Tell Ourselves

I love to tell stories. Not fictional stories. I’m really not so good at coming up with characters and plots on the fly. What I AM good at is relating almost any subject to an experience I’ve had in the past. My favorite assignments in high school and college were personal narratives. In fact, my last blog post was just three stories from my life put up into a framework of principles. I can’t help it. It’s become a part…

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On Doing Cool Stuff

On Doing Cool Stuff

I have a problem. Occasionally, I go through a bout of melancholy over the feeling that I haven’t accomplished much in my life. This especially happens when I hear about some famous so-and-so who reached such-and-such success at a younger age than I (who at the moment feels like I haven’t done anything), currently am. It makes me feel like I’ve somehow wasted time and that, by some illogical extension, will never amount to anything. I have two go-to strategies…

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How I Work

How I Work

For my inaugural post,I’ll be answering the questions from LifeHacker’s “How I Work” series. This should give you a glimpse into the man behind the blog moving forward. Enjoy! How Morgan Works: Location: Salt Lake City, Utah, in my childhood home with my parents until I complete the Praxis program. Current gig: General labor and developing a marketing strategy at the family business- Utah Screen Print. Current mobile device:¬†iPhone 6s. Current computer:¬†My sister’s MacBook. I’m… uh, in the market. One…

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