One of my favorite foods in the world is the coconut. Coconuts taste great, but I like the health benefits even better. Coconuts are antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic…all excellent for immunity. Several times we stopped at road-side stands to drink straight from a coconut using a straw, but the highlight was going to [...]
Day 2 started out relatively uneventful. We awoke, ate some breakfast, met up with Philip, one of the caretakers of the property (not to be confused with my colleague Phil), played with the dogs and chickens on property, and went for a walk into the jungle.
Phil had several trails on his property [...]
For over a year, I thought I would end up in Belize on a business trip. Phil, a British friend and colleague who splits time between the UK and Belize, had been busy working on a few concepts there in Belize. When I saw a break in my schedule for about 10 days [...]
Before discussing my involvement in the Building Botswana non-profit, let [...]
This is a continuation from the About the Further Society Blog – Part 1.
I will keep this short. I did not always value nutrition. But, once I did, I had a lot more energy and got a lot more done. Everyone I’ve known and read about (just [...]
Judging from the name, FurtherSociety, you would be right in thinking that the blog would be about making society better. And, there are undoubtedly many sites that attempt to do something similar. One I can provide as an example is Ode Magazine, with its slogan “News for Intelligent Optimists”.
Last night I saw a nice article on Soylent, a company out of the Silicon Valley on Tim Ferriss’ Four Hour Work Week blog. The article is here.
From an entrepreneurial standpoint, I applaud the ambition of the founders who setup a wildly [...]