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How to Properly Chase Your Crush

Originally posted on Dabbl:
????????????? Everyone has crushes. But there is a lot of uncertainty when it comes to what to do and how to appropriately approach the situation. If you have a crush, chances are you don’t just want to get into her pants. You probably have a crush because there is something else…

The Quarantine Times 34 – Pick A Lane and Stick to It

              When it comes to starting your own company, people like to think big. They like to think about all the different products and services they will provide customers. They want to think of themselves as a one stop shop. This couldn’t be more wrong of an approach. Especially when starting out, it’s important to … More The Quarantine Times 34 – Pick A Lane and Stick to It

The Quarantine Times 33 – The Power of Making Fun of Yourself

              Everyone likes to be around someone with a sense of humor. Someone that doesn’t take life too seriously can be a pleasure to have a conversation with. They can make you feel at ease and less stressful compared to someone who is very serious and gets angry at little things. There’s nothing more buzz-killing … More The Quarantine Times 33 – The Power of Making Fun of Yourself

The Quarantine Times 32 – Good Practices for a Healthy Relationship

              Every relationship is unique. Each relationship has their own set of rules and inside jokes and problems. However, there are a set of principles that are common throughout every successful relationship. Here is a simple guide of tactics for having a successful relationship with your partner. Turn your opinions into questions Here’s what I … More The Quarantine Times 32 – Good Practices for a Healthy Relationship

The Quarantine Times 31 – How to Have Sustainable Energy Throughout the Day

              Do your energy levels fluctuate throughout the day? You’re not alone. This is one of the most common problems for many working Americans. Going through constant coffee boosts and crashes isn’t the best way to promote your energy levels. Unfortunately, people don’t have the patience or interests to educate themselves on how to maintain … More The Quarantine Times 31 – How to Have Sustainable Energy Throughout the Day

The Quarantine Times 30 – The Best and Easiest Way to Start Something

              We’ve all been there. Dreading the task that we set for ourselves. Whether it is reading, or cleaning the room, or writing in you daily journal, we all face tasks throughout the day that we simply don’t want to do. How do we get over this? How do we make these easier on ourselves? … More The Quarantine Times 30 – The Best and Easiest Way to Start Something

The Quarantine Times 1 – Allow me to explain “Blahh”

Originally posted on Dabbl:
Good morning. Today is day 10 of the Coronavirus quarantine and I am officially bored out of my mind. Yesterday I got to the point of really establishing a plan for today and to get after it because it’s been so boring. I think I laid in bed all day outside…

Supplemented Saturday Episode 1

Originally posted on Dabbl:
Ok here we go. I would like to go on the record and say that I am supplementing currently. I won’t mention which neuropathway boosting substance I am on, but just felt it was necessary to come full disclosure. I am in my favorite café in Baltimore called Koba Café. It’s…

The Quarantine Times 25 – Small Daily Challenges To Boost Your Confidence

              I’m always looking for new adventures to push myself out of my comfort zone. I’ve written about this many times in the past and believe it’s the best way to make memories, build confidence, and feel alive. The latest encounter I had with going out of my comfort zone was an interesting one. It … More The Quarantine Times 25 – Small Daily Challenges To Boost Your Confidence

The Quarantine Times 22 – Working Out For Muscle Growth a.k.a. Hypertrophy

              There are many reasons why people go to the gym. For most Americans it is to lose weight. For some it’s to rehab an injury or to stay in shape. Then there’s the meatheads. I’m just kidding. I’m actually one those meatheads. Not the type that hogs the squat rack and brings his own … More The Quarantine Times 22 – Working Out For Muscle Growth a.k.a. Hypertrophy

How to Increase Your Vertical

Originally posted on Dabbl:
????????????? I used to be obsessed with increasing my vertical. In my early high school years, I couldn’t wait to start dunking. I tried a bunch of things to boost my vert and I narrowed down the top exercises that helped me not only increase my vertical but increase my overall…

How To Build Your Trapezious Muscles (Traps)

Originally posted on Dabbl:
????????????? I went through a phase during my senior year of college and during my graduate studies where I really wanted big trapezius muscles. I can’t explain why except for that I thought they often stand out on lifters. A nice set of traps usually gives lifters a much bigger look.…

The Quarantine Times 20 – How To Find A Supplier For Your New Business

              These are crazy times we’re living in. Unemployment has skyrocketed and has put millions of Americans out of work. With this unfortunate incline of jobless claims, there’s been another rise in something that is perhaps a little more positive. Due to the coronavirus, there has been a surge in people launching their own businesses. … More The Quarantine Times 20 – How To Find A Supplier For Your New Business

Supplemented Saturday Episode 1

Ok here we go. I would like to go on the record and say that I am supplementing currently. I won’t mention which neuropathway boosting substance I am on, but just felt it was necessary to come full disclosure. I am in my favorite café in Baltimore called Koba Café. It’s a really nicely decorated … More Supplemented Saturday Episode 1

How to Optimize Your Nightly Routine

Originally posted on Dabbl:
????????????? I have already written about my morning routine hacks. Now I’d like to walk you through my nightly routine that sets me up for a great night sleep. The best preparation for tomorrow is a great night sleep. Great sleep is not just about quantity, but quality also plays a…

The Quarantine Times 3 – Allow Yourself to Be Bored

Originally posted on Dabbl:
Another successful day of no Blahh (feel free to read, The Quarantine Times 1 for the full description of “Blahh”) during the day for me. And I’m trying to weed out what is an actual effect of the no Blahh and what is a placebo more or less. In other words,…

Fear Setting Exercise – How to mitigate your fears and take your first step towards success

              I wanted to do a fear setting exercise. I think it’s smart to do fear setting once in a while. It helps put things in perspective and eliminate any lingering stress, giving you a clear head to tackle whatever is on your mind. The purpose of fear setting is to write down all that … More Fear Setting Exercise – How to mitigate your fears and take your first step towards success

The Quarantine Times 17 – “Sometimes you have to be a lion to be the lamb you really are.”

              “Sometimes you have to be a lion to be the lamb you really are.” I first heard this quote when I was watching Dave Chappelle accept his Mark Twain Award. I thought it was interesting and it perfectly summarized the attitude that is necessary for the life you want. I felt this quotes was … More The Quarantine Times 17 – “Sometimes you have to be a lion to be the lamb you really are.”

How To Optimize Your Stretching Routine

              My stretching routine has been tweaked many times over the past few years. As I have gained more interest in my flexibility and further realized the importance of flexibility and mobility, my dedication to becoming more flexible has only grown. I worked out a flexibility routine that has helped me in my problem areas. … More How To Optimize Your Stretching Routine

Learning How to Handstand

Watching someone perform a handstand always stops me in my tracks of whatever I’m doing. I turn my attention to the person doing a handstand and immediately have a desire to do one. What I didn’t realize is how difficult doing a handstand is. For one, you have to have the upper body and core … More Learning How to Handstand

Breaking Down My Morning Routine

Originally posted on Dabbl:
I’ve always been oddly curious of people’s morning routines and definitely do not take mine for granted. There’s a lot to be said about how someone chooses to start their day. This blog is about my morning routine/hacks and how it helps me to tackle my day. SUNLIGHT – Getting out…

A Lesson From an Idiotic Investor, Me.

Originally posted on Dabbl:
I made one of the biggest mistakes that any amateur investor will tell you that is completely stupid. In the time of this quarantine, the stock market is lower than it’s ever been in my recollection. And I wanted to make some money off all of these stocks that are on…

The Quarantine Times 13 – The Future of Sporting Events, Concerts, And More

              Welcome to the beginning of Month #2 being quarantined. It’s no new news that sporting events, concerts, or really any public gathering are cancelled for at least this spring, summer, and maybe even fall. But, there has to be point where we are able to start congregating again. And when it does, what will … More The Quarantine Times 13 – The Future of Sporting Events, Concerts, And More

The Quarantine Times 12 – How to Eat Healthy and Cheaply During This Quarantine

              Its week…I lost count…of the Great Quarantine of 2020. And many people are worrying about food. As restaurants and bars close their doors to dining in customers, they remain being able to provide pick up for customers. If you didn’t do a lot of cooking before this quarantine, you may be a little more … More The Quarantine Times 12 – How to Eat Healthy and Cheaply During This Quarantine

How to Become an Idea Machine

Originally posted on Dabbl:
If you’ve ever struggled coming up with a product or service you’d like to sell or start a company around, then you may want to read on. I came across this book, Choose Yourself by James Altucher, and was blown away with the material in it. For those who have read…

The Power of Not Thinking/Caring

Originally posted on Dabbl:
Don’t get me wrong. I would consider myself as someone who thrives when able to breakdown and dissect a problem to come up with the best possible answer. Whether there is a problem at work, social life, or just part of your everyday tasks, I take pride in my ability to…

Handling a Breakup

Originally posted on Dabbl:
???????????? Handling a breakup is never an easy task. The longer the relationship, the worse it is getting over him or her. I have some thoughts on this subject that has helped me come out of 2 horrible breakups on top. You learn the most about yourself when you go through…

How to Have Better Conversations

Originally posted on Dabbl:
You’d be surprised by the number of people that don’t know how to have a proper, interesting conversation. I’ve adapted the concepts that I’m preaching from one of my favorite books, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and It’s All Small Stuff by Richard Carlson. If you haven’t read the book I couldn’t…

Diet Philosophy

Originally posted on Dabbl:
????????????? My philosophy on diet is very simple. So this will be a short read. I always laugh to myself when I hear about people struggling to lose weight/gain weight and then they tell me about their diet and it’s all junk. Let me be very clear. Putting the right stuff…

The Quarantine Times 7 – Get On The Train

Originally posted on Dabbl:
????????????? What is it like to be motivated?? Well, it is a feeling of energy and clarity. This feeling is very mysterious. It comes whenever it pleases and goes as quickly as it arrived. Is there a way to harness this feeling? To call on it whenever you get the urge…

The Quarantine Times 11 – It Takes 10 Years to Become an Overnight Success

              “It Takes 10 Years to Become an Overnight Success”. This quote is one of my most thought about quotes in the past year or so. I think there’s a lot of wisdom in there. Most entrepreneurs would agree with this. One of the most important concepts to embrace when someone is starting a business … More The Quarantine Times 11 – It Takes 10 Years to Become an Overnight Success

The Quarantine Times 9 – The Importance of Having Multiple Streams of Income and Where To Start

              During these times of uncertainty, there are so many people who have either loss their job or still at risk of potentially losing their job. What happens if this is the case? Do we hope the government is going to provide us with a couple grand to keep us happy? Does this really help? … More The Quarantine Times 9 – The Importance of Having Multiple Streams of Income and Where To Start

The Quarantine Times 6 – Is a National Pandemic The Best Time To Start An Online Business?

              I want to dive into the pros and cons of starting an online business during a crisis time like we are currently living in. The economy has plummeted, people are either out of work or working from home, and we aren’t allowed to go outside besides a necessary trip to the grocery store or … More The Quarantine Times 6 – Is a National Pandemic The Best Time To Start An Online Business?

The Quarantine Times 5 – The Difference Between Blahh and No Blahh

              We just passed the second weekend of the quarantine and the first weekend since The House of Conrad passed the No Blahh Bill which is explained here: The Quarantine Times 1 – Allow me to explain “Blahh”. I want to dive into the effect of taking out blahh during the workweek, then allowing it … More The Quarantine Times 5 – The Difference Between Blahh and No Blahh

Some Clarity on Entrepreneurship

This just in…I had some clarity recently about entrepreneurship. Get ready for this. I’m slowly realizing that I get bogged down on what to sell, when in reality, I should be more concerned about the real reason I’m doing this. Which is to do it. That’s the real value in it for me. Is to … More Some Clarity on Entrepreneurship

An Unfortunate Situation

Believe me when I tell you, there is nothing more humbling than slightly soiling yourself at work. Although it could have been much worse, an experience like this really tests how comfortable you are in your own skin. Now I don’t mean that I flaunted this to the office. But I handled the situation discretely … More An Unfortunate Situation

OK. I need a product to sell.

I’m sick and tired of this. Reading so many articles and blogs that are focused on startups and side hustles and entrepreneurship and not having a damn product to sell. I’m not sure if it is me trying to talk myself out of doing this or me just being dumb enough or boring enough to … More OK. I need a product to sell.

Side Hustle Workout

Alright. Here we go. For this year my only resolution is make 1 entrepreneurial dollar. That means any way possible. Most likely by setting up a website on Shopify and selling something easy like a shirt or water bottle. The idea isn’t to break the internet with the next big thing. The point is to … More Side Hustle Workout

Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms 3

              Welcome to another edition of Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms. On today’s episode we will be discussing a band that I recently came across that is growing on me a lot. The group is called Mt. Joy. They are a very talented set of musicians that have a Dave Matthews meets O.A.R. meets Counting Crows meets … More Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms 3

How to Properly Chase Your Crush

              Everyone has crushes. But there is a lot of uncertainty when it comes to what to do and how to appropriately approach the situation. If you have a crush, chances are you don’t just want to get into her pants. You probably have a crush because there is something else besides looks that is … More How to Properly Chase Your Crush

Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms 2

              Here are this week’s tunes that have been in my speakers. It’s spring and the nicer weather has been giving me lots of energy to go outside and have some fun. And the music below is a great compliment to match and amplify that energy. Most of these songs are remixes from already popular … More Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms 2

Diet Philosophy

              My philosophy on diet is very simple. So this will be a short read. I always laugh to myself when I hear about people struggling to lose weight/gain weight and then they tell me about their diet and it’s all junk. Let me be very clear. Putting the right stuff in your body is … More Diet Philosophy

How to Have Better Conversations

You’d be surprised by the number of people that don’t know how to have a proper, interesting conversation. I’ve adapted the concepts that I’m preaching from one of my favorite books, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and It’s All Small Stuff by Richard Carlson. If you haven’t read the book I couldn’t recommend it enough to … More How to Have Better Conversations

Building Your Social Circle

              Moving to a new city can be intimidating, especially when you don’t really know anyone in the area. I moved to Baltimore almost a year ago and I was a little nervous about finding a pack to run with. One of the most important decisions we make in our lives is who we decide … More Building Your Social Circle

How to Increase Your Vertical

              I used to be obsessed with increasing my vertical. In my early high school years, I couldn’t wait to start dunking. I tried a bunch of things to boost my vert and I narrowed down the top exercises that helped me not only increase my vertical but increase my overall athleticism. I was more … More How to Increase Your Vertical

Handling a Breakup

             Handling a breakup is never an easy task. The longer the relationship, the worse it is getting over him or her. I have some thoughts on this subject that has helped me come out of 2 horrible breakups on top. You learn the most about yourself when you go through a breakup. In the … More Handling a Breakup

Getting Abs is Easy

             This is a bit of a difficult blog for me to write. I don’t want to offend anyone that’s struggled with trying to get abs. I also don’t want to come off as cocky or arrogant by saying I’ve had abs since high school. But I really believe there are just a few steps … More Getting Abs is Easy

Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms 1

This is the first blog of my new series titled “Weekly Rhythms” where I share what music I’ve been hooked on for each of the past weeks. I have an extremely wide variety of music that I enjoy. However, you won’t find any Country in this series. Sorry, just isn’t my cup of tea.               … More Conrad’s Weekly Rhythms 1

Breaking Down My Morning Routine

I’ve always been oddly curious of people’s morning routines and definitely do not take mine for granted. There’s a lot to be said about how someone chooses to start their day. This blog is about my morning routine/hacks and how it helps me to tackle my day. SUNLIGHT – Getting out of bed is easier … More Breaking Down My Morning Routine

How to Become an Idea Machine

If you’ve ever struggled coming up with a product or service you’d like to sell or start a company around, then you may want to read on. I came across this book, Choose Yourself by James Altucher, and was blown away with the material in it. For those who have read the book then this … More How to Become an Idea Machine

Increasing Testosterone Naturally

Having higher levels of testosterone (T) can have a number of positive effects on the male body. The benefits of having higher T include: Building muscle Contributes to hair growth Increase libido (aka sex drive) More energy/better mood Memory and brain function Decrease inflammation Now with all things, too much can have a bad effect. … More Increasing Testosterone Naturally

Work Productivity/Energy Hacks

I started a new corporate full-time position almost a year ago. Coming fresh off getting my MBA, I thought I was ready to take on the world. In a sense I was. However, I underestimated the stamina it takes to sit at a desk for hours at a time. For those of you without a … More Work Productivity/Energy Hacks


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