Category Archives: Project Matthias

A Perfect Day

Achieving perfection via Ego Engineering relies heavily on good habits, and no type of habits are more crucial to perfection than one’s day-to-day routine. While it’s very difficult (if not impossible!) to plan out a perfect future, sticking to a … Continue reading

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Prerequisites For Success

As I haven’t posted to Ego Engineering for a while, I thought it appropriate to write a post covering the fundamental reasoning behind the Project Matthias project. Project Matthias, a sub-project of Ego Engineering with the aim of creating the … Continue reading

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Habits: Social Necessities

Social habits are probably the most essential part of Ego Engineering; unfortunately, they are also the most complex– so much in fact that it will require a separate blog to properly clarify all the different key aspects that encompass social … Continue reading

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Habits: Time Necessities

While at Clearfield Job Corps Center (CJCC), I formulated a standard operating procedure (SOP) for running a small business. It was an arduous task, but I learned a lot from it; the most important thing creating an SOP taught me, … Continue reading

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Habits: Emotional Necessities

Although emotional discipline is more of a problem for females than males, controlling and properly utilizing one’s emotions is an issue that should be targeted by everyone. Emotional habits assist with channeling one’s excess energy, both positive and negative, into productive … Continue reading

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Habits: Mental Necessities

For those that are philosophically driven and open-minded like myself, it’s quite easy to lose sight of reality, and float freely in an idealistic dream world. There is a great deal of potential in the creativity that comes with “thinking … Continue reading

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Standard Operating Procedure

While I was in Job Corps, I spent a few weeks working as the manager of the pseudo-company “IT Portal”. My instructor Jay Bindrup, recognizing the lack of proper infrastructure for the company to operate properly, encouraged me to create … Continue reading

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