August 2nd, 2006
|11:58 am - More on the GSP and DP|
This morning's Buffett Oracle seems pretty straightforward:
145. You've got to take a chance, you got to let somebody move you.Sometimes, the best advice, though late in coming, is the obvious advice :)
Last night, I outlined a book to write, but as I look at it, I realize I probably already wrote it at some point or another, so it's off to build another Dedicant Requirement Packet, I think. Meditation is next on the list of things to write about, there.
I mentioned in a comment that I want to go back and re-work the DP. I'm seriously thinking about actually re-doing the entire thing, including the meditation bit. I think that, if I re-did the DP at this point, I'd not only write (much) better essays, but I'd also get a lot more out of it.
I'm really liking the idea of approaching the meditation bit again. I'll probably hate myself for that somewhere around week 3, but hey, gotta do what you gotta do, you know?
Hey, now that my GSP is sitting around pending someone else's action for a change: What can I do for you folks working on your DP's?
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: "This Hotel Room", -JB
I need to redo meditation too. This final essay / journal thing might be the death of me, btu I've been working my ass off on it and I know I will finish it soon. Once that's done, though, it's back to the drawing board for actual practice...
Haha, you start at a similar time as me. Then we can peer pressure each other. I can go "Man, I meditated FIVE minutes yesterday" and you can secretly go "oh shit, I only did four..." and then maybe it will keep you motivated, because you can't let a GIRL be better at meditating! ;)
I would like to officially point out that a girl can beat me at just about anything.
Except, perhaps, peeing on a wall.
But you are distracting me from the subject of meditation! If you were on IM after 2 or so, you would have heard my good news... but no. You were busy HELPING people with their technology problems and upholding a good ethic. I mean, what the hell. Who DOES that these days? Keep it up and I will have to get you fired and replaced with an intern of my calibre...
Who managed to crash/break, in rapid-fire succession, the printer, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Lotus Notes, and the internet. :P!
That reminds me of a story. Which I won't tell, because really- while it won't surprise people to hear about what sort of child I was, it's really not necessary to make it more vivid.