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Today I have again worked on my new website project. I am nearly done with the website itself, only a few frontend things. That's the tedious work.
I prefer to produce things. This is only marketing stuff. And currently I am also missing some material to use. That makes it even harder.
Soon I am at a stage where I can into monk production mode and create. That's the thing motivating me to end this part of the process.
In the USA they produce food worth 6000 calories per person. Well, the averge person only needs 2000 calories per day.
The rest you need to advertise well to sell it to idiots. And the rest just goes into the trashcan...
The point here is not the USA. That's just the statistic I got hre.
Most people are not concious about what they buy and how they are getting motivated to buy the products they do.
Every time you are going into a supermarket wanting to buy 15 steaks, they are available. How do think that works?
Think about if you want to support this system.
Today we went to the cinema. Now it's quite relaxing, as only every other row can be used and there always needs to be at least one or two free chairs between you and the next group of people.
The downside was the movie. That's what you are getting when you going for sneak preview.
I did that the second time and the first movie I actually liked a lot, so 50:50. I will probably do it again.
Still the movie today sucked. I have never ever seen a movie as bad as that. Sorry...
There is really nothing good that I can say about that movie.
Let's leave it like that.
I am still reading a book that I wanted to have finished last week; Management 3.0.
It takes me ages to read a chapter, because it is so packed. I am not really a slow reader, but some I re-read, I re-read and I re-read again.
It is not required to be a good manager, but if you want to understand things at it's core, it's definitely useful.
There is still a way to go ;)
It's now a few days into my new "routine". It's not really a routine. It's being less on the phone and trying to focus more.
There are some downsides, like not being able to google stuff instantly, as I am used to. Instead I write them down in a little notebook that I try to carry with me all the time.
Like a distraction notebook. Or a reflection notebook.