So far I have been keeping up with my goal of a blog post every day. I have found out several things, I enjoy writing for fun, a post every day gives me no time to plan or edit, writing makes me perform better. I never have had a writing class I really enjoyed. This
I’m enjoying 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. The chapter for habit 3 is titled “Put First Things First”. It is the natural result of the application of the first two habits (being proactive and having an end goal). In this chapter, Mr. Covey discusses how to best manage yourself. Generally the author’s recommendation is
George Muller had some interesting points on Bible Reading. I’m not going to go into depth on them, rather I’m going to make a bullet point list of my top three points. We should read trough the Bible to make sure we are not missing certain passages. Meditation often leads to prayer. Reading spiritual books
Chapter 15 of the Scewtape Letters is about churches, churchgoers, and ways Christians can be subverted from being effective in them. If you are not familiar with the Screwtape Letters by C.S Lewis, the book is a series of fictitious letters written from the perspective of a demon to his nephew with advice on tempting a certain
So I had laid out a schedule for the blog a couple of days ago. After further thought, I have decided to make some changes. I am removing the summary’s of A Whack to The Side of the Head, since people could plagiarize that as homework. I am adding summaries of two other books I’m
I really haven’t done much fun reading for a long time. My grandma stopped by our house on Sunday, and brought along her new Kindle. This got me in the mood to pull mine out and try reading something. The last book I had been reading was 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R.
Sorry I missed yesterday. I had a post on my Cisco class scheduled, so I’m going to make that post today. Cisco’s Network Fundamentals Chapter 10 is about planning a network. The chapter covers choosing routers and switches, choosing cabling types, allocating sub nets, and connecting to routers with console cables. For routers and switches,
Today is my 5th consecutive day of blogging as part of my 1 month challenge to myself to blog every day. Last night I was thinking about how promising to blog every day gave me enough incentive to actually do it. I’m going to try a little experiment too see if I can’t exploit this