Upgrade Your Thinking,
Upgrade Your Living.
Frame First makes you more disciplined in your thought and more effective in your actions by helping you master the two types of tools at your disposal: tactics and strategies.
Tactics are short-term calculations about the best move you can make in a situation.
Strategies are long-term visions for how to use those situations to attain your goals.
“Frame First” is method for building ships that emphasizes the internal structure, the “frame”, over the planks shaped around it to make the rest of the ship, from the hull to the keel. This method leads to sturdier ships that can navigate in tougher conditions. It is an image of the work we must all do to build the ideal selves we want around the specific constraints we have to conquer the unique problems we face. This website stakes its existence on the conviction that everyone must first put one’s internal life in order before putting one’s external life in order.
My name is Anthony. I’ve lived a lot of life, read a lot of books, made a lot of mistakes. Along the way, I’ve had experiences and met people that helped me think more clearly, work more efficiently, and live more passionately. I’ll guide you through the best that I and– more importantly– much tougher, wiser, and important people have discovered.
We are happy to have you aboard!
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