June 2, 2021

Doing One Thing [71/365]

To make progress, one of the best solution is to focus on one single thing. For me right now, I have my day job, this daily writing, and I want to create a project that can help me become independent. This is too much. Since I have a family to take care of, I cannot just quit my job. I have committed to this daily writing for a year, so it is hard for me to quit that. Read more

May 25, 2021

Focus Is Key [65/365]

In everything I do, there is one thing that can stop me completely from even trying: The fear of being disturbed. I think that once I focus on a task, I can just take it, slice it up, and get it done very quickly. The problem is to get to the focused state. If I get a message, or a notification every 5 minutes, it just will not be possible for me to get down to it. Read more

May 6, 2021

Always Doubting My Focus [47/365]

I switched the focus of my work since I started this challenge. First I was creating forms for SRE to collect all the requests they were getting, then I switched to creating a 365 days of side project challenge. But that’s not all. Before all that, I was working on a way to have a starring system integrated to your static blog, to see which posts were liked most, and before that, a todo list that acted as a tree first, with the idea to make it reorganizable and create virtual trees. Read more

April 16, 2021

Focus and Exploration [27/365]

I want to have two ways I develop my life: The one part where I focus on my current project, and the other where I can explore anything. Focusing on your project means that what you create is done with a specific goal in mind, like bringing value through your product, or through your teachings, without deviating too far from the main topic. This is necessary if you want to reach out to your audience and be useful to them. Read more

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