No fear. No distractions….

No fear. No distractions. The ability to let that which does not matter truly slide.

Chuck Palahniuk’s words through Tyler Durden.

Tim Ferriss advocates the 80/20 rule of productivity, where you focus relentlessly on the 20% of the actions that lead to 80% of the return.

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Making your own simple soft serve ICE CREAM.

This blog will continue to be a living contradiction of sorts, at one post talking about fitness, at the next indulging in some halo-halo or ice-cream. So I understand that there is a divine reason behind the absence of Mini Stops in Cebu. There exists a cult following for their basic soft serve ice-cream, at…

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Going up the mountain with Desiderata.

Starting the 15th of March I’ll be offline for about a month again, so if you guys have any concerns please email or PM me before the 15th or after April 17, 2012. I’m honestly excited to see my Labaw Donggon mates, how they’ve changed… how the months have been kind or harsh to us….

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Datu Paubari to grace your desktops.

One of my favorite shots of Datu Paubari. Feel free to have him defend your desktops. For more images go to http://www.hinilawod.com. Mum has just given me an itouch, I am currently won over by the amount of books that you can download into it through itunes. I’ve sold out. I’ve just come from reading…

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Wu Wei, Sun Tzu and maintaining a straight face.

While in Manila last Saturday, I’d made up my mind to do biographies on the key characters of the battle of Red Cliff, next on my list would’ve been Sun Quan the young upstart. However, when I got back to Cebu I found the ground–literally–shaking beneath my feet. Sun Quan will have to wait. When…

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The right combos for damaging hits!

Hello mates, here’s a post for all of us. This is the bit of search engine optimization I’ve learned along the way. Hopefully these few tips will help you as you go about illuminating the blogosphere. You see that stat bar on the upper left corner of your wordpress blog? Click it and it will…

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Saragnayan in highschool

It’s 4:11am on my watch… and I’m still hyped. I need to get some sleep because I have an appointment later at 10am. Anyway, the next time I want to be this awake I’ll just take a tall americana after Muay Thai practice, hopefully it will work the same. Here’s another wallpaper that you can…

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Labaw Donggon should get a crane feather fan…

Takeshi Kaneshiro‘s portrayal of the epic military strategist Zhuge Liang has forever redefined my definition of feathery fans. These fans do not say: prissy and finicky–well, in the past, they did. Nowadays, they translate to resourcefulness, stratagem and guile. Despite Zhuge Liang / Takeshi Kaneshiro being a sight for sore-eyes, (there, I said it–but you…

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Where brutal honesty will land you…

I’ve been ruminating about Huxley’s idea that man has an infinite capacity for distraction. It’s not just an idea these days, it’s a fact. Back when I was in high school I feared that we would become a people plagued by over-choice… I guess I should have known that it would be a reality. Of…

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Labaw Donggon’s blogs

Here’s a list of blogs by other cadets from the Academy, taken from this site. Mates, if you’re reading this, please do a check if all the url’s are correct and leave a comment for any changes you want to have made. And does anyone know what Tunac’s site is? Thanks!: Alvarez, Lyle – Play on Pavement…

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Epic of the Three Stars

In the Epic of the Three Stars, we explore the possibility of the great Labaw Donggon going through the oddities of being a teenager. He is transported into 21st Century Philippines and must navigate through an alien environ until he learns the ways of a warrior. It will also be a means for me to…

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