People have commented on some of my posts, and they asking me about whether I really do what I write about (I do). I thought I would write down what I did today as an example, and this is a pretty normal day, nothing special;
Woke up and made some Bulletproof Coffee which is coffee with grass fed butter and MCT Coconut oil. (more on that later, but check out The Bulletproof Exec.) I have been studying various health supplements, and this popped up on my radar a couple of months ago. I am a believer.
I then sat in the sun and read a couple of chapters of the biography on William Sherman, then one chapter on Lean Supply Chain, and then a couple of chapters on using bodyweight for physical conditioning. I am becoming obsessed with being able to do a one arm push up and one arm chin up. Seriously obsessed.
Made my group some Cinnamon Pecan Pancakes, which were pretty good.
Made a plan for what I will cook this week, six meals, including carnitas, Korean Chicken, and Homemade Pizzas, made a quick grocery list, and then went out and got the goods.
Made sure I got my Brazilian nuts and almonds. My favorite snack food.
While I was out, I stopped by a bookstore, because I am looking for a book by James Altucher on Hedge Fund trading (still haven't ound a copy), and then got a Taro Boba, which breaks the meal plan, but I love. I always believe on having a heavy hand with the good things in life. I get obsessed with ideas, and I am now diving deep into stock trading concepts. (I think when everyone gets out is exactly when you should get in.)
Bought the new Wired magazine, so I could read the article on Startup Weekend, and also read the article on the pharmacology of a memory pill. I am interested in smart supplements.
Got back and wrote a four page report for work outside and then emailed it out. I then set up my plan for the week on what I want to get done. I am digging into Microsoft AX, and I am reading some white papers, particularly on the sales and production side. I am working on what measurements, and how to get them that I will need to execute what I think needs to happen.
I worked on my online bookstore, I have decided to ramp it up, and then take it in a new direction. Need to get it running better first. Sold a couple of books through it today. Listed some items.
Came up with an idea for my website network. Discovered someone already had the URL Ramenprofitable.com.
Watched Amazing Race, because I love Amazing Race.
Worked out. Still on the perfect push up. (No where near.) Set up my chin up bar.
Wrote this post.
Will write some other items later, I have many in motion, and then I will work on the web site. I have some ideas I need to get down.
That about sums it up, tht is my day, and does not count the time I spent with the family, for example, watching them play Arkham City, or the talks (trying to convince my nephew to do the Amazing Race with me), but it shows the time I spent trying to make all the parts of my life better, a little bit each day.
I will have some coconut ice cream. I have to. Its good.
I always try to make sure that each time I leave a room, I leave it better than it was when I came in. I treat my days the same way. Make them better for you walking through it.
What did you do today?
“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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