Born in France ; Living in the U.K. | Naive Technologist ; Forever in Beta
This post comes from a few things, a few realizations I’ve had while reading re-discovering NerdFitness (and partly Fluent In 3 Months) as well as reading content from Tim Ferriss and Colin Wright, both authors whom I’m a huge fan of.
So last night started out like any other night: I came back home around 8pm, and while I was cooking, I went on various social networks. The last one was Pinterest, and one of the tech brands I follow had some sort of frenzy on “lifehacking” and what they call ‘Nerd Fitness' . Several pins were linking to articles on Steve Kamp's Nerd Fitness blog, and after a bit, I have to say it felt like a few things started to click in my head.
Only after starting to talk to the girlfriend, and writing down (to her) what I had in mind, did I realize that it was making sense. And that writing it was actually a GREAT idea for me to visualize and interpret the necessary steps.
So without anymore wait, here’s the thought process.
This is the interesting part, where I decide on a new skill to learn, break it down piece by piece, literally, and accomplish it. It needs to be as broken down as a single step after another.
I’m feeling utterly motivated about this, and I do believe using my diary more, and getting the girlfriend to help me out or do something similar will help a lot on the medium-to-long run.
Yet another “life-experiment” for me to set up and abide to. I’m excited.