Starting out a challenge to average out 120 minutes or less on my phone for 30 days, will post screenshots every 3-4 days... If I don't stick to it, I am getting off Twitter for 2 weeks :) Let's do thisssssssssss
So I've been reflecting on my #buildinpublic daily updates, and come to the conclusion that they are often vague enough to not serve their purpose. So I'll not be doing them regularly unless there is something interesting going on...
Published an article, uploaded my videos to YT and my projects to the TKS app. Had a TKS session filled with fun and frustration (case studies) and teamed up with @AayushGrover_ , @nouhaila1f and @noemiepound for an upcoming consulting challenge in February.
To me personally, sharing my goals in public holds me accountable, and makes my social proof, credibility, reputation AND my self-satisfaction all at risk. So I would say in my situation, I would rather #buildinpublic
Today was not the most productive tbh, I have a couple of tasks I keep procrastinating, but I set a hard due date for myself tomorrow by 8 am to get them done. Otherwise, met with my team for a project and worked on it.
Today, I worked on an article draft, worked on my non-profit idea and took up my OCCET project with @noemiepound, Gabriel, @nouhaila1f & @victoriasulymaa (worked on the project website), had a math test.
Succeeded in my challenge with @nicolas_gatien to finish a focus in 1 week: 4 articles, 3 videos and 3 projects DONE (spent 60~ hours on it) so now taking a break from my AI focus to focus on schoolwork and start work on a nonprofit idea.