Five for Friday 18 Oct 2019

  1. Business Update
  2. Personal Goals
  3. Family Update
  4. On Youtube
  5. On the Kindle

Business Update

Amazing week of meetings, investors and opportunities as we talked about International House fund raising. Jun is in Malaysia and Singapore and I have been in the UK, spent the day in London meeting with investors, other developers and budding property people. Always happy to help especially were I was just a few short months ago really.

  • On the train to London
  • Indie coffee in the NE :)
  • Hmmmm good coffee?
  • Finding my way across London
  • Late night in Canary Wharf
  • Chocolate, keto cereal, berries and coconut yogurt - dinner on the train back (should remember to eat more during the day)
  • Ran out of my supply
  • Long great day!
  • Finally home!
  • Take Aim Alumni Meeting Wed
  • Meeting in Manchester, We Work Competitor, quite cool
  • they are call "spaces"
  • Great meeting, lots of potential win-wins for our futures here!

Personal Goals

Longevity and diet – have maintained waist while switching up my food plan to include more complex carbs and less animal fats (ie. butter) though have noticed a bit of drag in mental clarity. Could be sleep related as I have had some weird hours this week with travelling to London for a 1 day trip and also overseeing Jun’s trip causes some early mornings/ late nights.

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Family Update

Been a single Dad this week. We survived 🙂 almost the whole week. Has been challenging, and you know you have fallen into a role when you notice the kitchen floor actually gets dirty (haha never did before… Thank Jun)

We even made a volcano project together for Geography.

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On Youtube

Loved the Fission and Fusion info from Bill Gates

and this young Physics guy! Beat that Sheldon! haha.

Fitness wise did this HIIT, Melissa does 50 on 10 off, is a great Cardio/ heart starter

with this on cool down

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On the Kindle

Started “Reaching down the rabbit hole” which was a free Prime day download, gave it a try, and it is really interesting… Maybe my high level knowledge of the brain and it’s parts make a book about neurology interesting to me, especially right now as I delve deeper into understanding the psyche and the brain, and the effects food has on that.

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Over the last 6 years I have managed to find the love of my life and create a family, create a successful business and know when to quit (maybe a bit late) and moved into a lifestyle of investing. Currently working on a passive income to replace my previous income, we are about 50% of the way towards it) I am passionate about helping guys become more fullfilled in their life by addressing micro problems one at a time in the sphere of Health, Wealth and Wisdom.

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