In the book Designing Your Life, you're encouraged to layout different 5-year life plans, or odysseys. Here are some of mine.
I love using the five W's, so today I wanted to create a list of questions I ought to ask myself once a year, based on questions I've had to answer before; then after 5 years of answering the questions in this list, I can compare-contrast the data to see: where I'm located, what changes … Continue reading 100 ❔ to Ask 5❌
Today I'd like to further explore rule #1 of my mentor-specific Workview: An intellectual field should not be a social minefield. Lifeview 💙 Be Grateful 🧡 I think this mentor-specific WorkviewThat ethical code we carry into work. is rooted in a deep Lifeview my mother taught me: Be grateful for the damn experience. In My Life … Continue reading Workview, Part I; College vs. K-12 👩🏫
When waterfalls cascade down slanted rocks—and slant the rocks further with pressure, pressure, Almighty Gravity—do the shifts in the cascading water, (once the rocks slant down too far,) appear any more or less beautiful than the waterfall's original design? Is this world really more or less beautiful than fifty years, five hundred years, five million … Continue reading Workview, Preface I 👋 In the Beginning
(Editorial note: I swear to bananas, sometimes my shitty first drafts read like I'm drinking wine and doing drugs. Like I'm a maniac. It's ridiculous.) In Designing Your Life by Burnett & Evans, they take self-reflection of life philosophies to a whole new level. I dig it. It's why I decided to dedicate half a year of my … Continue reading Workview, Preface II 🙌 Prewrite ✂