Welcome to my blog! It’s a place for me to post my daily musings, so don’t expect focused topics. I’ll probably just ramble on about whatever I find to be interesting that day.


What is the point of this blog?

The Daily Flywheel is a site I made as a commitment to write every day. After graduating from college, my writing output dropped to nil – as a result, I noticed my communication skills have also decreased significantly. I often pause to think of the right word to use in a sentence, and I’m restricted to using basic vocabulary. Compared to writing, speaking isn’t at all self reflective. When I write, I spend more time composing my thoughts and editing my message to get my point across. By committing to write a daily blog, I ensure a certain amount of practice on a continual basis, which is essential to improvement. It isn’t really meant for public consumption, but feel free to read it anyways.

What’s the deal with the flywheel?

The flywheel is corporate mumbo jumbo for a virtuous cycle. The idea is, I can create a feedback loop of success through positive inputs. Those positive inputs fuel further success and become self sustaining. That’s what I’m hoping to do with my writing.





Devaluing Content – On the Internet of Shit

If you look at the current wave of the internet, the dominant financial force is the move to social media. Reddit, Instagram, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, etc. It’s no longer the hot new thing, but a part of entrenched conglomerates coming after your time and attention. Here’s a hot button issue that’s increasingly talked about now: …

Star Trek Thoughts

I’ve been watching some OG Trek recently and noticed some niggling issues that I wanted to address. There’s too many references to current knowledge. For example, the episode “Who Mourns for Adonais” is all about the Greek pantheon of gods from ancient earth history. It’s a cultural touchstone for western culture, but I’d imagine that …


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