It’s a long way up the food chain of business, and being at the top is often about proving yourself at the very bottom.
This is a bit of a cynical quote from the first President of the USA, but Good ol’ G.W. was certainly insightful. Everyone has a price, and few, strong-willed men are able to stand against it. This is a quote of two tales.
In Albert Camus’ novel the Fall, Camus wrote this line in reference to Clemence’s collision between his self and his over inflated self-image. There is a lot to be understood from this single line.
Many a man has modeled his life around that of Walker, Texas Ranger, but the man behind walker, Chuck Norris, had some great wisdom to offer.
I often call myself a ‘Lifehacker’, and when people ask me the all too-lackadaisical question ‘so, what do you do’ I never say ‘Lifehacker’
Why? Because it’s not really a ‘thing’ – it’s a very general word these days, often meaning a combination of: clean eater, gym rat, occasional book reader, white hat hacker and crafty artisan all rolled up into one.
So let me try to explain why I’m a Lifehacker.