Writing these down so that I can process them, come back to them and also, let them go in a way.
- Law seeks to find what is reasonable while politics seeks to question what is reasonable.
- Time spent on a task and the value produced by the task are not linearly connected. What customers pay should reflect the value they are provided. Therefore, customers of services should not be charged for time spent.
- External order affects internal order. External order for me includes a tidy room, a shaved face, an updated calendar and physical direction.
- Latin dancing improves and some movement intelligence, swagger, musicality and confidence with the opposite sex but does not maintain physical characteristics that are needed for longevity given my sedentary lifestyle through work. Strength training (which for me is mainly bouldering) is a becoming a ‘must’ again. There are so many small muscles worked through bouldering whose affect on my quality of life I have taken for granted.
Doing things in secret helps ensure that the reason for doing the thing is not influenced by the need for social praise.
Self-authoring suite seems legit.
A good thing is something that propels you into action.
Write out your daydreams into a visceral plan and let them sit for a while.
Goals are only useful if they make you jump into action. Derek suggests letting go of all of your goals, except for the ones you ‘hate not doing’.
Perhaps you only need to make enough money to live like $1000 per month and the rest of that time can go towards your interests.
You always have a choice. Everything is a choice. You never have to do anything, there are just consequences.