- Business goals: setting your objectives
- On Youtube: AI
- Documentary: Forks over Knives
Business goals: setting your objectives
This week I was reading The Miracle Equation by Hal Elrod and he mentioned this tool called CommitTo3 (dot com) that allows you to set an intention for the day – then have an accountability buddy check in on you and viceversa. Seems like a great way to make sure you are doing something towards your long term goals everyday, that is intentional.
Chasing our investors to finalise International House this week, although on term break, the pressure is on as the Section 52 restriction has been lifted, which is great news. It also means the building is ready to go.
Further to that, we viewed a barn in Sandbach, which we might build into our own home, and the Tarporley barns have come back onto the market, apparently the buyer is taking to long – so we might have 2 Cheshire barn projects to run at once soon – that is exciting!
Ethan has been on Term break this week. We did plan to/ want to go away – however he preferred to stay so that he could have one last (pre-teen) Halloween with his friends. Being mid week, was hard to go for the 2nd part of the week. The first half was literally right after Jun got back from the Malaysia business trip, so we wanted to “be home” for a weekend, and still ended up in Liverpool on Saturday for Ethan’s card shop.
Jun and Ethan did find a great cape and mask in an op shop that suited his needs perfectly.
On Youtube: AI
I watched a few AI related videos and talks this week. Wow, mind blown. The AI processing power is getting to be super powerful, interesting and learning capability is incredible. This “power” sure needs to be limited in its ability to connect to systemically important things. Imagine Terminator’s storyline actually coming true – seems like we are a few short years away. Elon Musk thinks even less.
Documentary: Forks over Knives
Starting to get more views on the different nutritional positions doctors, industry and the like have. This doco has a “plant based” bend, and given the very obvious environmental benefits of going plant based (grow crops to feed animals to eat vs grow crops to eat directly) the health/ longevity benefits are also extraordinary. The so called Blue Zones are a common mention in all the literature and the plant based camp a lot.
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