I study successful people across the ages, finding out what habits and processes they use to become the leaders in their fields.
I often get asked “what is a Mamiya RZ67?”. I won’t go into the technical detail of what the camera is, but this photo below, with the RZ67 next to a Pentax 35mm camera, goes a long way to describing how much of a beast it is! Photo credit: Unknown
This photo was taken at a family BBQ. Grug is a highly effective BBQ made from the drum of an old washing machine. It makes for some tasty steak and sausages! Mamiya RZ67, 110mm @ f2.8, Kodak Portra 160
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Below is a comprehensive list of values. These can be used for either core values, or personal values. My recommendation is to select five or less core values. There will no doubt be many more values that are important to you, but the aim of establishing your core values is to find the values that are the absolute highest priority. Many of the terms below are interchangeable, for example giving and charity.
Today I am publishing my first annual Integrity Report. Most of the credit (and the format) for this report goes to James Clear. His work on core values and integrity reports has been the primary inspiration for me. My hope with this Integrity Report is that it will hold me accountable to my core values, and allow me to track the progress of those core values over the years. Of note with this particular Integrity Report (being my first) is that this is the first time that I have really sat down and thought about my core values - who I am and who I want to be, as a person.
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