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Soon I have started adding podcast into my blog posts. Still everything is so unorganized. I bet there should be a better way to operate on a personal level. I would need to master self-organization before moving into big corp. Or leading any organization. This has to change.
I talked briefly about relationship and emotional stuff in the last few blog posts. For me they are rather pieces of writing that are more vulnerable, more truthful. Nothing can be totally black or white; nothing can be totally left or right. For me, being able to honored that soft side, and letting it loose, was a great achievement. Some day in the future, when I and the world look back, it would be an awesome feeling. The truth would always reveal at the end, even past the day you have lived. It would be just a blessing feeling to live as you wish and people know how it was like to be in your shoes.
I have desires. Everybody does. And I don’t feel ashamed of it. I know I have no intention to harm anybody; I merely doing my best. I would rather go through struggle myself, than putting anyone through inconvenience and hardship. But my principles are to keep my words, I want to do the best that I can to deliver the promise. That’s why I barely promise anyone but myself. The disappointment is great.
But my desire with blogging is very clear. I want to keep writing everyday, whenever I feel like it. Like chess, I want to do it everyday. Like investing in my education and health, I will keep reading everyday, and work out everyday. Like building a relationship, I want to communicate to the world everyday. I want to design everyday, and improve my craft. These were the things I learned from reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. I will continue my journey, building and crafting. That’s something boring, but could be a passionate project. I want to keep doing it as long as I can.
I’ve recently learn more about different business strategies, and different industries that are not really talked about much. I realized that the digital world is an alternative to our physical world, but to an extend, they are all interconnected. Even our imagination, though sometimes deemed not to be real, can become real. I believe in dreams, and folklore, and creative narration of things we don’t see. There ought to be a reason those things exist in a human mind, and they are transformed into words and visuals, transmitted with our brain power through thousands of nodes.
If AI is something we ought to be worried about, I would rather worried about how to best learn from it. Because other human’s mind are already endless, so as the system of Artificial Intelligence. It’s just another form of intelligence that I shall look up to and utilize, or collaborate for good.
A knife is a piece of metal that was innovated to deliver a function, a tool that enable the cutting of materials, ingredients and build our civilization. Those who possess the technology to cultivate outlive others and cumulated wealth. Similarly, a light bulb was a significant invention that marked the change of our society, when it was first invented. But to bring this piece of technology into the world and implement it, take sometimes. No need to mention, Thomas Edison was the smart one who patented and marketed it. Though my respect for him shifted after learning about the true inventor of the idea, Nicola Tesla, still I thought Edison was obviously a genius.
A book that I wanted to read, was the book called “Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America” by Giles Slade. It talked about how products sometimes were designed to break easier, and faster, so that corporation can increase its profit margins. The term “Planned Obsolescence” was a new term for me, and I would like to learn more about it. Is it an unethical practice? Who knows. Let’s find out. I’m just a waste-obsessed lady, and I want to learn more about whether we can cut down the waste released to the environment through our consumption or not.
Treat me well, and I will unveil to you the secret of living your best.