💡I gave myself a D for the last couple quarters. I fell off the cart for most things traveling for 3 months from May through July—even skipping my Q2 review. I felt kind of burnt out upon returning, and struggled to get back on track. I’ve learned a
Ever since traveling upended many of my habits and systems, I’ve been unintentionally experimenting. I’ve been surprised to find that sometimes discipline inhibits flow. Perhaps I should say instead: discipline misapplied tends to backfire.
At the end of September, I competed in an Olympic triathlon at the Force Triathlon in Hualien. This was the first triathlon I’ve competed in since my Ironman in 2017. When I registered for this race back in February, I had hoped that it would be my triumphant return to triathlons
Before returning to Taiwan, I remember telling a few friends that I still wasn’t feeling “excited” to return to Taipei. I was still having fun nomading, and though I was more tired than I realized, I didn’t want it to end.
Traveling abroad as a nomad again was a breath of fresh air. I had forgotten how much fun and how liberating it is to pick up and go somewhere new.
I gave myself a B this quarter. I found a good, consistent rhythm and have been feeling generally good about work. I do still feel like velocity could be a bit higher, and I would have liked to see higher compliance on key habits. Here’s the lowdown: * 🚀 Midana’s
I gave myself a D this quarter. It was a tough quarter where I struggled against myself a lot. I’ve had a lot of time to reflect, however, and am feeling ready to break through in Q4! Here’s the lowdown: * 📈 Midana’s closed testing phase has grown to
I gave myself a C+ for the quarter. I think a B- was within reach, but I don’t feel like I was proactive enough about adapting my goals to the evolving COVID-19 crisis in Taiwan. Some highlights: * 😷 I’ve mostly been at home sheltering in place since COVID-19 outbreaks