When were you at your most interesting?
29 Jun, 2020

Feel free to join me in this reflection:

  • When was I most interesting? (I think it was when I was dating.)
  • What was interesting? (I bring ideas and adventures to the table… books, neuroscience, startup tales, trumpet, authorship, travel, work, continual learning)
  • Do I want to be my most interesting right now? (Yes)
  • Why am I not? (Because I’m working during my old reading time and am working myself into the dust)
  • Do I commit to any variation in daily practice? (Yes—I can spare at least 15 minutes each day to plow through some neuroscience, business, or journal articles)

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