Working from home has its perks. Kids are home and this is the only place they want to play.
Don’t start a business when you have already thought about when to exit. Exits should happen organically.
Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcvL7BB0UT8
I’m blessed to have another year added to the tally. On 20 January I turned 33.
I’m grateful for the life I have and I’m truly fortunate to have quality relationships all around me. I love my Wife and Kids and the extended family and all of them add uncountable heaps of joy and fulfillment to my life. In terms of relationships, I realised that it doesn’t actually matter if everything else falls in place, you will fee the emptiness if the quality of your relationships suffers.
During this year I moved to a new team and learned that the only way to grow is to stretch yourself, meaning that you must go after the hard things. They may seem to take longer at first, but as you pursue them you grow and they become more and more attainable.
For the next year I hope to double down on a few things:
- Investing in relationships.
- Taking more breaks and spending time with loved ones.
- Better focus and productivity while choosing to do the hard/important things.
- Writing and reading more.
- Making time for thinking.
I look forward to another year and I hope that it is full of quality people, quality time and more growing into a better version of myself.
Previous year: 32
For those people fantasizing about living on the moon. The dust can actually kill you:
If you need some time to let your subconscious mind figure out a problem, I enjoyed watching this.
I watched this interesting TED talk about how we treat addicts; we shy away from them and further inflict damage by pushing them into isolation. The talk below gives us a better alternative and a possible way to help those, who themselves don’t want to suffer, grow into a better versions of themselves.
Link to TED talk.
A Database of Fugitive Slave Ads Reveals Thousands of Untold Resistance Stories
— Read on hyperallergic.com/435183/freedom-on-the-move/