Peter Skaronis

 Hey! I'm Peter, Cybersecurity Consultant, Polymath and the CEO at Techimpossible.
I 'm currently working on developing the Cybersecurity Consultant Notes and Notion Templates for Cybersecurity.

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Pinned post from December 13, 2022

Start Here

Hey, I'm Peter Skaronis. Welcome to my HEY Blog! Writing This is my HEY Blog where I publish my thoughts on various topics. I attempt to research, understand and synthesize concepts from many disciplines that interest me. • I focus on skill stacking and work on a new skill every month. • I start by researching the fundamentals for each...
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Pinned post from December 27, 2022

Digital Garden

This page is constantly updated with the tools, resources, and services that I use and mention in my posts. I want to spread interesting ideas and help elevate the collective consciousness. You will find below different collections of my favourite courses, books, blogs, podcasts, and videos. I have been collecting resources in my secon...
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January 14, 2023

Safety — Part of Information Security

In the Internet of Things (IoT) era that we have entered, it is becoming apparent to me that nothing follows a linear progression anymore. The abstract models created by start ups, which can and often do disrupt the industry, promote new ways of engaging in business that are not common sense. To illustrate this, I’ve made a list of exa...
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January 14, 2023

The Imagination Of The Uninitiated Writers

Reading the excerpt “Shitty First Drafts” from Anne Lamott Bird by Bird made me realize the importance of Drafts. 1. Start Writing Getting everything on the page, bad or good or both. Just get it out. Sometimes it is coherent. Sometimes it is not. Who cares. Nobody is going to see this. 2. Edit What Your Wrote Once you have written, yo...
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January 14, 2023

How to spend 24 hours a day!

Everyone gets the same! Have you ever wondered what really happens to your supply of 24 hours each and every day? We are creatures of habit and it is undeniable that If you don’t control your habits, your habits end up controling you. From the moment you wake in the morning, you have 24 hours in your wallet from the unwoven fabric of t...
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January 13, 2023

Starting Over Again!

Happy New Year! Last night I couldn’t sleep and somehow I ended up on substack reading a post by Michael Dean, an amazing writer and editor I’ve worked with and value his input and analysis. The post was called “Substack or Bust”. Michael managed in 10 minutes to answer all the same arguments I had in my head for a long time. I went to...
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January 3, 2023

002: Neural Impulse: Writing, visualization, perspective and the rise of AI

Hey friends, Welcome to Neural Impulse. This is my weekly newsletter starting with ideas I've had or stumbled upon during the week that result in connected thought. Writing Happy New Year!!! This year I am working on a new writing project. This is a way for me to organize my thoughts and resources on cybersecurity and also help others ...
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January 2, 2023

Cognitive Performance Methods

The movie "Limitless" starring Bradley Cooper came out in 2011 and it is every information worker's dream. Taking a pill that can make you smarter, even for a few hours. The premise is exciting. There are drugs of course that can get you pretty close but they come with side effects. People like Dave Asprey who used the drug Modafinil i...
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December 27, 2022

The Art of Photography

A picture is worth a thousand words. Every time I heard or read this quote I was always looking at photos, trying to see what was in the shot. It was only after I started taking photos myself and publishing them online that I realized that there was more to this quote. It is true that the shot captures a point in time that could take y...
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December 26, 2022

001: Neural Impulse: Personal sovereignty, Veganism, Fairness

Hey friends, Welcome to Neural Impulse. This is my weekly newsletter starting with ideas resulting in connected thought. Writing I just finished an intense 6-week writing course called Write of Passage. I learned a lot about writing online and made new friends. If you want to start writing online check it out. Thoughts and Insights Thi...
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December 26, 2022

10 Life Lessons I Learned From Jim Carrey

As Jim Carrey started out his commencement speech at the Maharishi University in 2014, I too want to plant a seed. “I'm here to plant a seed today, a seed that will inspire you to move forward in life, with enthusiastic hearts and a clear sense of wholeness.” If you have only known Jim Carrey through the characters he portrayed in his ...
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December 26, 2022

Nikos Kazantzakis on Life, Death and the meaning of it all

The age old questions of why we are here and what is our purpose or mission on this earth has troubled mankind for thousand of years. If we look throughout history we can find reference points when people with the knowledge and understanding of the world at the time had tried to attach meaning and make sense of our existence. Whether i...
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December 26, 2022

8 Life Lessons I Learned From Steve Jobs

One of the most influential, innovative and disruptive people of our time has undoubtedly been Steve Jobs. As commented by Walter Isaacson in Time Magazine, “Steve Jobs revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing and digital publishing. You might add a seventh: retailing, which Jo...
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December 26, 2022

Why are you Vegan?

I’m waiting in line to order lunch at one of the five restaurants inside the UK Parliament, before I have to sprint across the estate to get to my next meeting. My colleague is looking at the daily specials. Jerked chicken with rice. “That’s what I’m having”, he utters, looking my way salivating. “Are you having the same?”, he asks. Th...
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December 26, 2022

Documenting your decisions

There is usually a thought process that you follow for making decisions. Most times you don't think about it. It's intuitive. It is maybe something you've done before so your drawing from experience. Depending on the decision and the impact or consequences it may have, you might feel the need to validate your assumptions. Decisions lik...
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May 12, 2022

Structure over Chaos

It seems that a new productivity tool comes out every other day. Some are just a replica of another popular tool and some are completely different. Tools that have structure remove friction and tools that have no structure allow for more creating expression. What I have realized for myself is that tools that have no structure tend to t...
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March 21, 2021

The Rise of AI in Reality and Science Fiction

I have been following machine learning and AI developments over the past few years and it seems to be a conundrum. There is potential for this technology to be an impressive utility but also prone to abuse beyond imagination or comprehension. In December 2014, Stephen Hawking warned that full AI could end mankind. In March 2016 Microso...
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March 6, 2021

Cutting Out The Noise and Regaining Control

Declutter Going through each area of your life with the purpose of examining what is essential is hard. There are tools, methods, courses, books and gurus to help with that. The question though is not how to do it, but why. Why? Why change things? Why change anything? Change We don't like change. We like predictable situations. We know...
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March 4, 2021

Hello, World! 🇨🇦

The start of something amazing! I'll be back!
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