Yearly Archives: 2010

My Wealth Target

photo credit: Dvorscak When defining how much wealth you want it is important to first define what wealth is. It can’t simply be income because I think most people would agree that the person who earns $100,000 a year and … Continue reading

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Attack the Hills

photo credit: OldOnliner Once upon a time I was a member of my high school cross country team. On the last race I ran with the team (end of the season) I learned a very valuable lesson about running. We … Continue reading

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Not Enough

photo credit: garlandcannon Sometimes I find myself feeling stuck in life; feeling that no matter what I do I have no real meaningful choices. I have described it as having, in any decision, a choice that is blatantly obvious (like … Continue reading

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Dear Eyring Family

Do you know how much people watch you? Of course you are Eyrings and with that I guess you would have to expect that people would pay attention to what you do just because of your parentage. But are you … Continue reading

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Judging on the Wrong Metric

I have been reading the series of articles published by the Deseret News about the consequences of pornography addiction. It has been pleasing to see the problem explored publicly. One of the things that has interested me is in reading … Continue reading

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