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”
October was a month of art and thinking.
In my previous monthly post, I talked about being conflicted as to what to do with art, making games, and politics. That continued through the month of October, as I focused almost entirely on art.
Continue reading “What I Learned in October 2015”
September was a month of confusion.
While the beginning of August I was heavily into learning concept art, a long vacation let my mind reset, and I found that art is something I want to continue, but not focus on exclusively. Continue reading “What I Learned in September 2015”
I stumbled on a TED talk discussing how some of us don’t have one particular calling, and that it’s okay.
I read one book on Mastery and wrote about it, and it says to become a Master you need to focus on a skill intensely for a long time.
Continue reading “Are There True Callings?”
My last post on recognizing that I need to plan a vision for my company left me a little lost.
I tinkered around a bit with some things I have had on my mind and even thought about starting my own YouTube series to articulate what I’m learning in politics.
I recognized that conservatism doesn’t have a cool or funny voice like The Daily Show or The Colbert Report.
So I played with ideas of starting a YouTube show about different things I’ve learned about conservatism.
It took me on a bit of a mental tangent for a few days, until I decided, “I need to finish my game.”
So I focused solely on completing my game, submitted it to Apple, and started contacting friends and family to Beta Test it.
As soon as Apple approves it for Beta Testing, I’ll send it to my testers.
As for all those other thoughts, I’ll keep them on hold. One thing at a time.