New Action Creates New Experience and Growth

Toronto from CN Tower at night

Welcome back. Finally after a few weeks I have a moment to sit down and write something here.  I apologize for the lack of content lately.  I’ve been in Toronto all week on business, where I’ll also be staying the next 3 work weeks.  My days have been filled with long hours at the office, followed by a nice dinner and after that, hitting the gym at the hotel, exploring the city, or site seeing. So aside from that, it’s nice to be home for the weekend and I really wanted to make an effort to generate some quality content … Read More

Andy RandonNew Action Creates New Experience and Growth

Identity and How it May Impose Limitations

anonymous mask v anonymous identity oscar wilde

“IF only—I had the courage to see myself as I really am, I would find out what is wrong with me and correct it.  Then I might have a chance to profit by my mistakes and learn something from the experience of others.  I know there is something wrong with me or I would now be where I would have been if I had spent more time analyzing my weaknesses, and less time building alibis to cover them.” -(‘Think and Grow Rich’) So throughout the week I had a bunch of ideas for the subject of my next post.  When … Read More

Andy RandonIdentity and How it May Impose Limitations

The Issue of Social Conditioning and the Unthinking Masses

Sketch of tv stating I own you

“The most depraved type of human being … (is) the man without a purpose.” (‘Atlas Shrugged’ 1957) What’s up everybody. Today I wanted to write about the widespread issue in modern society of social conditioning and how through the mainstream it’s created a generation of complacent, ignorant, insecure people, who are totally out of touch with reality and the way the world works. Pretty harsh statement, but to a certain degree, that’s exactly what’s going on and it’s something that needs to be addressed.  I’m going to use the phrase ‘unthinking masses’ as a generalization that encompasses all the negative … Read More

Andy RandonThe Issue of Social Conditioning and the Unthinking Masses

The Three Core Pieces for Creating the Foundation for Success

Picture of brain as symbol of psychology

Hey everyone, Welcome back.  It’s been too long since my last post, but things have been hectic.  I had some technical difficulties with my blog changing its appearance even though the coding was untouched.  So after some guess and check adjustments throughout the script I was able to resolve the issues. Anyways, today I wanted to talk about the importance of a strong psychology and basically, how this is the foundation to all forms of success. Let me start out by defining what exactly I mean when I say ‘strong psychology’.  What I’m talking about is your level of self-confidence, … Read More

Andy RandonThe Three Core Pieces for Creating the Foundation for Success

Working for Your Purpose Versus Someone Else’s

job search news paper, search for fulfillment in work

Hey everyone, I hope all is well. Today I wanted to touch on the subject of finding fulfillment in your work, which to me comes down to working for your own purpose and not someone else’s. Most people are not working the job of their dreams and aside from a paycheck, are getting nothing out of their work. They trade their time for money and are content with that transaction. The key to gaining a sense of fulfillment from your work is knowing that it’s going to help you achieve you’re personal goals and allow you to get to the … Read More

Andy RandonWorking for Your Purpose Versus Someone Else’s

The Beginning! First Blog Post

Sky - beginning of journey sunset taken from airplane

Welcome, I’m fairly excited to get things up and running.  As of now I’m new to pretty much everything about this.  Not only is this my first blog post, but it’s also the first domain I’ve ever owned.  But I’m going to get right to the one thing that’s not so foreign to me, which is writing. My vision for this blog is to create somewhat of a mastermind group of intelligent, driven, people who are looking for others with a similar outlook on life.  In my day to day life I have a lot of great friends and colleagues … Read More

Andy RandonThe Beginning! First Blog Post