First off, I just made beef bourguignon made from Julia Child's recipe. It took a while, but came out well.
Actually it was awesomely good.
I just updated my other site, http://www.lifestylebusinessbookclub.com/ , with my notes on Tim Ferriss' book The 4-Hour Workweek.
Also, take a look at http://www.indestructiblemuscle.com/.
I recently have been reading through the blog, and it is rare I go back and read the old material, but I am glad I did. Looking at one post is nothing, but looking at them all, I learned a lot about myself and I now have some ideas on how to improve the blog. Let me know how I can improve it, and what you would like to see more of.
The 8 things I think I need to do (so far);
1. I obviously need to get tested for ADD. I get fascinated by way too many things. Focus would help. I will call Dr. Kim this week.
2. It wouldn't hurt to show my sense of humor, I have read through this, and damn I come off as a stiff and some articles are way too dry aka boring, and trust me, I have been accused of many things, but being a stiff not one of them.
3. Kind of similar, but after reading through all the entries, I realize that I have been very vague, and do not ever get personal. Tha needs to change. (Example: no real picture of me)
4. Every time I start to get into something, I drift off and then create a new domain, and then don't link them together. Time to just put it all here, and if there is something on one of my other sites I will connect it.
5.Write more, quote less. I love quotes but damn. (There will still be some, but hopefully they will be accompanied by some text from me. Think Montaigne.)
6. Make the format a little easier to follow. Look at my categories / (says it all.)
7. I should link in and out to my other sites. ( See links above.)
8. I need less abstract and more concrete examples. Do. Test. Correct. Do Again.
If you have any ideas or thoughts, feel free to email me, or leave your thoughts below.
“We all are learning, modifying, or destroying ideas all the time. Rapid destruction of your ideas when the time is right is one of the most valuable qualities you can acquire. You must force yourself to consider arguments on the other side.
— Charles T. Munger”
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