What I’m doing NOW
Last Updated: August 5th, 2020
Currently in: Unknown
Next Destination: Unknown
This year, I am working on being bolder.
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Where am I most obsessively focused for the foreseeable future? In no particular order:
- YouTube — My list of ideas is massive. I am refocusing on the creation of regular content.
- Lifestyle Changes — Creating a new daily routine which gives me more momentum and energy. I am exploring how I can improve my life and share the findings on my YouTube Channel.
- Letting Go of Expectations — For the longest time I procrastinated way too much because I thought what I am making is not good enough. I am now learning to let that go and just create what I can create in this moment. It’s not going to be perfect and that’s ok.
Reading books to better think, work, and live life.
- Einführung ins Familienaufstellen by Bert Hellinger
- Own the Day, Own Your Life: Optimised Practices for Waking, Working, Learning, Eating, Training, Playing, Sleeping and Sex by Aubrey Marcus
Absorbed in 2019 (in order)
I’m happy to discuss opportunities around any and all these ideas.
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Principles I try to Live By
- ONE – One thing at a time. If situation requires, apply Pareto’s Principle. If situation does not require, do what you want first.
- Externalize distractions – When working, distractions will surface. If need be, write it down, then return to your Thing. After your session, examine the list. Delete the nonsense, knock off the quick tasks, and delegate the trivial. And then, return to the Thing.
- Celebrate everyday successes – Practice gratitude, spread love. Life’s too important to be taken seriously.
- Competition – The only competition you have is yourself.
- Changing people – You can’t change other people. You can only change yourself…
- Dauntless – Fear is a disempowering emotion to live with. Your real self is not filled with fear. Discard it, and you will be set free.
- STOIC – Someone who does not give a shit about the stupid things in this world that most people care so much about. Stoics do have emotions, but only for the things in this world that really matter. They are the most real people alive.
Group of kids are sitting on a porch. Stoic walks by.
Kid – “Hey man, yur a fuckin faggot an you suck cock!”
Stoic – “Good for you.”
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