Over the past thirty years, the United States has seen mind-boggling advancements in technology. In 1984, only 8 percent of U.S. households had a personal computer, the internet was virtually unheard of, and cellphones were gigantic. That was the year LeBron James and Katy Perry were born.
If you’ve read the “Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell, you’ll recognize the value of 10,000 hours. If you haven’t, let me catch you up with a synopsis. A common theme that appears throughout Outliers is the “10,000-Hour Rule”, based on a study by Anders Ericsson. Gladwell claims that greatness requires enormous time, using the source of The Beatles’ musical
PrimalHacker came to be because of two individuals who felt the large disconnect seen between some of those in the biohacking field and those in the ancestral health field. Thaddeus Owen and Chris James were both inspired after learning and practicing biohacking themselves that they wanted to start a company that not only was the
As a professional digital marketer and entrepreneur, Facebook has become an integrated part of both my personal and professional life. While sparking the conversation on my latest fishing photo or check-in at the Pier 500 is a breeze, sparking that same conversation and engagement on a Facebook Business Page Post is quite the opposite. Stopping to think