Sept. 17, 2022
Walking and Talking vs. Sitting in Front of a Computer
Here is a rough transcript:
Hey, this is Justin, it's Friday morning, September 16. This is getting ideas rolling around inside the head outside into the head way that could potentially be useful. And so I did get up every morning this week, up until...
Here is a rough transcript:
Hey, this is Justin, it's Friday morning, September 16. This is getting ideas rolling around inside the head outside into the head way that could potentially be useful. And so I did get up every morning this week, up until today, at about four o'clock in the morning, woke up naturally did about an hour and a half's worth of work on the computer. And yesterday started feeling pretty sick.
But at time I got to the afternoon and fell asleep yesterday about seven o'clock and then slept all the way through to 630. This morning. And so yeah, so that, and then it was time to get the kids ready to school and then walk the puppy. And then so I want to start thinking about the 90 Minute focus time and do each day.
And what that's going to look like if there's a part of the head that says that has to be done in front of a computer, which is a little bit of or a lot of an energy drain spending and then going to work and sitting in front of a computer before that's in the name of the game for me is how much time can we spend away from, you know, from a computer and just thinking about it.
It's like if I took like an extra, it took an extra year, but the time could be away from a computer as opposed to like experience whatever success looks like expressed experiences success, let's say in three years versus four years, I probably take that bet all day to be away from the computers. No, as long as we knew it was coming at a certain point in time.
And as long as you knew that, like our overall problems would start to get solved. And that's an interesting thing. So inside of that context, why why spend a couple of years in front of a computer where you know, a couple years in front of a computer, we could spend the time walking and talking and creating that way and creating something that's new, that's beneficial for other people inside of the conversation of inside of the conversation of ways of working that work.
For human beings. I'm just like looking at some of the time, right? It's like it's been a year. I could do a year, 90 minutes in front of a computer. And it's probably it doesn't need to be an ad or it could be both. And or it can be both and conversation as well. So where did I read here? There's no like, right answer. There's just trade offs around today. And but I feel a lot more jazz, getting up and doing recordings in the morning than I do.
Getting like sitting in front of my computer or doing SEO research or that sort of thing. And now there might be a part that says like, that's the hard work and doing the hard work is the tough stuff. But if we can do a bunch of different reps this way, like walking and talking, and while walking the dog getting something else, getting more energy doing something that's healthier, that is more beneficial. So probably asking more intelligent questions.
Asking more intelligent questions is a little bit of a better way to to start to work through so we'll leave that link here right now and we'll speak.