It only takes about 5 minutes of being tapped into digital nomad culture before you hear someone talk about Chiang Mai, Thailand. And after hearing a good amount of talk about it, I sorta thought to myself, “come on, how good can it really be?” Pretty fuckin’ good, actually. Here’s the reason why: after you’ve been […]
Happiness by myself, and the correlation with consistent yoga practice
Zach’s World Travel [Back]Packing List
Friday Night ZachWisdom™: Finding Encouragement in the Face of Doubt.
Once you’ve had your first fleeting “taste” of something, and have not yet had it again — whether it’s a unique aspect of the relationship with your ex, your first (and only) sale so far in your business, a Zoltar machine that makes you younger, etc. — it can be easy in moments of doubt […]
What has been the highlight of my travels thus far?
I’ve had a lot of people ask me this question, and when a friend asked me today, I actually had a good answer that I thought would be nice to log here. One big highlight of the trip so far, if I am being honest, is the old cliche: meeting someone and falling in love. […]
Getting lost in Venice (an allegory for life)
Stillness and tips for self-forgiveness after regression
Allowing yourself to be vulnerable is a feat of strength, not weakness.
I got emotionally triggered today. This post follows the process I went through of feeling vulnerable, scared, and weak, before realizing that taking that scary step into the unknown actually takes a huge amount of strength and courage, and is the opposite of weakness. One of my triggers that I’ve been working on with my […]
How has YOUR life changed in the past 5 years?
I read an article today that suggested taking time to think about how your life (and business) have evolved over the course of 5 years. I decided to do the exercise, and was floored by it. The goal of this post is to align some of the causality in my own life, versus just rambling […]