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Early on a Sunday morning . . .

Oh, another lovely Sunday.  I'm sitting here in my pj's trying hard to wake up since I've finally gotten a little over 8 hours of sleep.  I'm craving a warm cup of comforting coffee.  I should go back to bed.

I can't believe it's July already.  This year is progressing very quickly.  Before too long, I'll be out heavily promoting my new album and juggling five million different things.  Life is calm right now, and I'm going to enjoy this as much as possible.

I've been doing a good bit of reading lately.  Currently I've been immersed in this book that a friend of mine mailed to me.  It's called "The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe" by Glenn Clark, and it is fascinating.  Here is the cover:

This 60-page book chronicles the life and accomplishments of a man named Walter Russell.  He was an incredibly prolific musician, artist, philosopher, architect, scientist, and visionary.  This book provides insight into the life of a man who fully evolved into the fullest height of his own powers. 

I am in awe of this man and of what he has done in his life.  He used the gifts he was given and used them well.  I'll be writing more about him later.

Internal Scorecard #1

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

The Internal Scorecard

I think there's a tremendous amount of misconceptions regarding achievement, productivity, creativity, ambition, work, work rate, work ethic, and so on.

So I'm thinking of publishing some analysis weekly with examples of what happened in the week, successes and failures, noteworthy events, what I'm reading and listening to, and so on. If it goes well, I can give you a picture of a workweek for me, intermix tactics and techniques, and give you practical guidance about what's working well and what isn't.

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