All posts by: Hugo

Below the YouTube video excerpts you can find a list of my entire set list. Please click on this link to contact me if you are interested in booking me for a musical performance....
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I’ve begun adding the hashtag #donaldtrampa to any and all blog posts, tweets, Instagram updates, etc. that are even remotely related to the current and 45th president of the United States. I feel it is appropriate because if there is...
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Ask yourself how many times you’ve come to the conclusion that people are this way or that way, that the world is this way or that way, that life is this way or that way. Democrats are such and such....
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In a nutshell, the sustainability project is all about personal sustainability. We can’t force businesses or governments to be sustainable, but I do believe that: a) All individuals can take concrete steps to live more environmentally, healthily, and financially sustainable...
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While I’ll admit that actualizing this ancient Japanese approach to living is easier said than done, I felt the need to share the idea of Ikigai. I have certainly struggled with achieving the balance implied by this concept (credit goes...
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This category will deal with a type of work that isn’t properly reflected in statistics like gross domestic product; physical time spent volunteering. I realize that for many years I believed that if you wanted to support a cause you...
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Few concepts have had a bigger impact on my life than the Dunning-Kruger effect. This Nobel Prize winning psychological construct, based on a the cleverly-named paper “Unskilled and Unaware of It: How Difficulties in Recognizing One’s Own Incompetence Lead to...
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I’m convinced that innumeracy is to the 21st century as illiteracy was to the 20th century. In other words, it is an intellectual plague that must be addressed in order for society to truly progress. This is why one of...
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They paid me to make them more money. No, really. And it’s not just me. I’ve discussed the relationship between work and wages with a variety of corporate types; from middle management to the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies. Moreover, I’ve...
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