“It’s a terrible thing in life to wait until you’re ready. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now.” —Hugh Laurie
Interested in changing the world and living life on your own terms? Me too.
Every day since April 2008, I’ve shared tools and resources with a small army of remarkable people. If you’ve ever felt “there must be more to life than this,” The Art of Non-Conformity is for you.
Here are a few of our most popular posts:
- A Brief Guide to World Domination: This one is for all of those game changers, world shakers, and those who dream of something more. Get your own copy of the promised manifesto, modestly entitled A Brief Guide to World Domination.
- 7 Alternative Ways to Evaluate Your Life Every Day: To truly define success, we have to think of both long-term goals and the actions we take every day. Here are seven alternative methods for evaluating ourselves as we go!
- How to Conduct Your Own Annual Review: The idea is to create a road map for the year ahead—not a rigid daily schedule, but an overall outline of what matters to me and what I hope to achieve in the next year.
- The 50-Mile Race vs. The Cliff Jump: Though their qualities often overlap, hard things and risk are not the same. Knowing the difference can prevent a lot of pain and suffering.
- The Need for Change: Change is hard, so we tend to put it off until it becomes urgent. When the time comes to change, it becomes an overpowering presence; something that must be resolved one way or another.
- When Anxiety Becomes Overwhelming: Anxiety can be crippling, but dealing with it is possible. Here is what I do when anxiety begins to feel overwhelming.
- There’s No School for What You Need to Do: There’s something out there that you need to do, and chances are, there’s no school that will prepare you for it.
- Opportunities and Missing Bicycles: Life is too short to worry about missed opportunities. Opportunities are like buses, if you miss one, another will be by shortly.
- Adventure Is Worthwhile in Itself: Unless you have a good reason – and maybe even if you do – that’s why you should say yes to as many adventures as possible, because adventure is worthwhile in itself.