It’s a lot easier to forget what I’ve accomplished in the year when I don’t keep written records, so I’ll catch us all up on my learnings this year.
I’m starting to think I should stop reading as much, and focus on just doing. However, I’m a learner, so I use learning as a way to structure my development in art, business, and life.
Here’s how I rank my education: (Similar to Destiny’s Item Rarity Ratings):
Continue reading “What I Learned in the first 7 months of 2016”
It flopped. I’ve made less than $2.00 as of 17 May 2016.
But I’m okay. I don’t need sympathy, I don’t need condolences.
See, one of my old high school teachers, who taught me the physics I used in the game, recently asked me to come back to my old high school and talk about my time at the academy, in the military, and making games.
Continue reading “I released my first game, Super Cloud Runner, and it’s not doing well”
Well, it’s been a while since I last published. A long while. Trying to catch up with everything would be crazy, so I’m going to break it up over the next couple days. Continue reading “What’s Been Happening at Lion Root”
(This is a little late too. Still catching up…Almost back to being on schedule – Bryan)
One of the suggested practices for people with the #1 Strength of “Learner” in Strengths Finder 2.0, is to keep a record of everything that you have learned.
In the course 5 Days to your Best Year Ever, Michael Hyatt suggests listing things that you accomplished and learned throughout the year.
What I learned Working
Continue reading “What I Learned in the Year 2015”
(I know this is late, but I’m catching back up, and will hopefully be on schedule soon. – Bryan)
December was a month of growing clarity and focus.
It seems like the past five months of wandering started to come together.
Continue reading “What I Learned in December 2015”
November was a month of losing momentum.
The previous months (September, October) of seemingly no progress in my understanding of what to focus on continued (things are getting better in December though). Continue reading “What I Learned in November 2015”