Tag Archive: diplateevo

March 2014

Doing Your Life’s Work →

Last week, as I was applying for an online contest, I looked at my calendar and realized that I have been blogging for five years. That’s five whole years worth of who I am that has been shared online.

February 2014

How I Work →

I’ve don’t believe in putting tools above mindsets and strategies, but sometimes it still is helpful to see how other people work and the tools they use to get their work done. Inspired by Lifehacker’s How I Work series, I’ve decided to venture into the slightly more personal space of my life and share my workflow with the world.

December 2013

A Piece of My Heart →

I started Diplateevo in 2009 with a simple idea to simply have a way to share the things on my mind. Since then the response has been truly amazing. I got just over 70,000 pageviews this year, thanks to the incredible support I’ve had for my writing.

December 2013

26 Questions I Don’t Have Answers For →

  1. Why should people care about my writing?
  2. Who am I to write about education?
  3. What should schools look like?
  4. What is the most effective way to learn?
  5. Am I supposed to go to school?
  6. What am I supposed to be focusing my time and energy on?
  7. How are friendships built?
  8. Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
  9. Is being vegan the healthiest diet?
  10. Are there such things as aliens?
  11. Is bitcoin a good investment?
  12. What are the best stocks to invest in?
  13. What’s the best way to earn money?
  14. Why can’t we just be hippies and not have to worry about money?
  15. What is the meaning of life?
  16. What is love?
  17. Why do humans need so much sleep?
  18. How do I lead a group of people to a common goal?
  19. What makes the most effective leader?
  20. Why should I listen to authority?
  21. Who should I put in authority of my life?
  22. Where am I going with my life?
  23. What am I going to do after I graduate?
  24. Why did I write this post?
  25. Why didn’t I include some questions on here?
  26. Why do I have so many questions?

Sometimes you just don’t know, and the best thing to do is admit that you have more questions than you have answers.