I've seen enough tv shows to be influenced by the passionate workaholic worldview of police officers, detectives, firemen, lawyers, and doctors portrayed on the screen. These people work late into the night, rarely seeing family, if they even have one left. They are career-obsessed, often believing ... Read more about Everyone Has a Why. Not Everyone Is Proud of Theirs.
I've owned DanielDessinger.com for many years now. At first it was going to be a supplemental personal blog. Then it was going to be a professional show-off-my-skills blog. Then it became a simple business card with links to other sites. Now it's the archive of articles I've written across a ... Read more about Self-Named Domains Are Hit Or Miss
Even in the ever-bloated Interwebs, words still count for something. There may no longer be equal opportunity for self-publishers because of the noise. But words still fit in the chain of changing each person's outcome. Thoughts > Words > Actions > Habits > Lifestyles > Destiny Some ... Read more about Words Still Matter
Hemingway once said: All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know. Here goes: Each morning, the haze of confusion over what is real combats the fear of being a disappointment, and they grapple until a winner is declared. ... Read more about What’s the Truest Sentence You Know?
There are days when nothing seems to make sense. When blogging is a fool’s errand. And all you want to do is lie on the couch and watch other people’s drama on the tube. Yesterday was one of those days. Indifference reared its ugly head and said, “I don’t care what everyone needs today. I don’t ... Read more about Choosing Action Is Better