Today I ate an arepa. Good for me, right? How is that newsworthy, you may be asking. It’s not, it’s what happened after I ate it which is somehow worth writing about. But first, some quick unrelated facts you should know to understand the situation: I live in a city in Ecuador where there are many Venezuelans who recently escaped and tried to start their some businesses here. The arepa I ate was $1 while…"If you can do it, do it. If you can’t do it, teach it."
Got another brilliant idea you know you’re too lazy to complete or even start? This post is for you. Yes, shiny object syndrome is a thing, and if you’re anything like me, you probably get about 20 to 30 semi-brilliant entrepreneurship or creative sort of ideas every day which you know you won’t ever have the discipline or motivation to take action on. Well, the ideal thing would be to have a few virtual assistants…"Get more done as an INTP (or at least get something done)"
This right here is probably the stupidest thing I’ve done in the last couple of years. I’ve been now almost ten months clean from social media and I can honestly say I regret every second I spent on social media ever. I regret every second I spent taking and posting pictures of my dog instead of having been playing with her. Why did I start? Because of the ego, because I thought I could make…"The stupidest thing I’ve done"