What I'm doing now
Last updated 19-December-017
On my calendar is week 11 of round VII, games 73-79. While it's two weeks away from the NY018, it's also four weeks before the end of this round. This saves me from the general wave of stress and disappointment. Here's an update about my slow and steady voyage in the open ocean in five parts:
- about my body of work on the territory of growth and personal evolution
- what I'm reading: day and bedtime
- what I'm watching: three last movies
- what I'm listening
- current events
-1- I'm solving problems of the self-employed folks who want to make the most of their time without squashing creativity.
Recent blog posts:
Intersection of philosophy, neuroscience and meditation with my wild imagination gives this site a unique point of differentiation.
Visual side is enhanced by unique photography of Trey Ratcliff, pioneer of HDR photography. This tutorial for beginners was the last thing I needed to see before trying out Aurora HDR 2018. It is freaking fantastic!
My hypothesis: this method and tool is a perfect fit for those who goes against the crowd and finds his own way. It will benefit people who desire to express themselves authentically and originally and strive to live meaningful and fulfilling life on their own terms. They choose independent life in the open ocean.
The LOGBOOK tool is a little practical boat for those who choose open ocean path. It's not about making every day as productive as possible, but about experiencing the day, being present, focused and prolific.
If this sounds interesting, please check out:
Download free PDF of the Logbook - give it a test-drive for a week
Buy the Logbook's master file in Excel to make it work for you
I'm still working on the video with operating principles. All I have now is this plan and a rehearsal video about the building blocks of the Logbook.
-2- Reading, part of the compound time:
Continuing Freud's [The Interpretation of Dreams] - chapter 6 out of 7. It's not easy but pretty fascinating read. I read it in 30 minutes sessions, once a day several times per week. Perhaps this book is taking me the longest time to read this year, but it totally worth it.
Finishing long-read [Neuralink and the Brain’s Magical Future] by Tim Urban of waitbutwhy.com. I got almost to the end, part #6: Elon's plan. So far I'm shocked in many ways for many reasons. More on this later.
My current bedtime reading: [Odyssey] by Homer. Did you know that two epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey were a foundational education piece in the Ancient Greece?
- 3- Listening:
-4- Watching MOVIES. The last three:
[Ulysses] by Mario Camerini with Kirk Douglas.