Young Hands Club

February 1, 2020

RMD plan, Feb 1st-7th, 2020

Filed under: Robinson Dorion — Robinson Dorion @ 8:34 a.m.

1. Things my Master assigned me:

  1. (2h) Draft of TMSR OS dependencies page. Gales is a primary starting point for this. (AAC) Deadline Tuesday, Feb 4th.
  2. Publish WoT ratings. Deadline Friday, February 7th.
  3. (10h) Work through the fabled outlines article backlog. 2.3 is for sure feasible this week. 2.4 is going to be a big one. (Time Permitting)

2. Things I want feedback on/help with

  1. Some reasons contributing to TMSR is +ev
  2. Draft presentation for Feb 13-14th conference, "There is nothing new in the world apart from the history you don't know" done this week.

3. anything else that takes up a significant amount of your time.

  1. (10h) TMSR OS
    1. Comments1 published upon reading/re-reading archives of The Tar Pit, BVT Trace, Krankendenken and Fixpoint.
  2. Dorion Mode
    1. I've been learning "Ode to Joy" on the harmonica. I'ma publish an article with the notes and a link to a recording by Wednesday.
    2. An article about the deaths I dealt2 with in December has been in my brain box, time to write and publish it by Thursday.
  3. (15h) JWRD : 5h of management. 10h of relationship development.
  4. (5h) Conference planning. Following up with invites.
  5. (15h) Following the forum and conversing when it's my time. I'm planning to block off 14:00-15:30 and 19:00-20:30 UTC to properly eat and engage the logs and blogs.
  6. (7h)3 Daily Review/Preview to start up, wind down day.
  7. (2h) Weekly review/preview. Deadline Friday February 7th, 23:00 UTC4
  8. (5h 15m) 45 minutes of exercise each morning.
  9. (5h 50m) 20 min Spanish, 30 min French each morning.

Summary

Continue the TMSR OS, JWRD, Dorion Mode integration while refining the meet people where they are approach to develop relationships and alternative streams of revenue. Consciously sacrifice negative habits and replace with positive. I got the morning writing done some of the days last week, but didn't prosecute till published. Publish more this week.

  1. I've not made many comments and in fact have a backlog to reply. Change that this week. []
  2. Don't be too startled, these weren't so so traumatic, but I've not dealt with it much in my life and think it's good to write about it since it's such a... serious aspect of life. []
  3. 30 mins in morning, 30 mins before sleep []
  4. These will be out prior to dark in Panama. This Friday night fantasy is ready to die. []

1 Comment »

  1. I got the morning writing done some of the days last week, but didn't prosecute till published.

    Why? And do you mean you didn't finish anything (hence not published) or do you mean you finished some but still didn't publish?

    Sounds good as a plan otherwise, plenty of opportunities to practice question-asking as well as to get things done and unstuck.

    On the comments front - it tends to work fastest to comment when you read rather than leaving it for a later time to accumulate in a backlog that becomes a chore and even not all that easy to face and so on. Not allowing a problem to form in the first place is just about the best strategy ever, heh.

    Comment by Diana Coman — February 2, 2020 @ 1:45 p.m.

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