As humans we have a very interesting relationship with food. We have an intense need to always eat more.
Biologically we are just trying to survive. Our DNA believes we live in a world of scarcity and starvation, thus forces us to binge as much as possible then our fat cells store as much energy as they can.
The result is that we are all fat.
I guess we would need to re-engineer human DNA to put a stop to obesity.
Mike showed me how to refactor my Laravel recruiting application so that it would be testable yesterday. I have been working a few hours today and doing the actual refactor. I have a lot more to do!
I rarely have the opportunity to play games, but last night I bought Rocket League to go with my Xbox One and played it with Fletcher for a couple of hours. It was really nice to talk to Fletch over the headset while we battled other people in this rocket soccer game. Super fun!
I find it helpful to track my productivity in my daily goals spreadsheet. Some of the recent areas I have been focused on are:
- Strategy documents
- Reviewing back end developers and sending offer letters
- AdWords management
- Company meeting
- Team lead meeting
- Management retreat
- Kickoff meeting
- Report meetings
- Creating a new video testimonial for RomyLMS.com
- Working on RomyLMS.com with Kevin
- Sales calls
- Programming the recruiting app
- SEO review
Every day I write down one thing that I am thankful for in my goals spreadsheet. Here are some of them from the last few months:
- Visiting my grandparents who are in good health
- I have a purpose that drives me each day
- Game of Thrones
- Laurel is awesome
- I love to poo like 8 x a day
- Work that let’s me help my family
- Working with Jordan
- Sports weekend in Dallas
- I am alive
- Kevin took over as CEO of Romy
- Seeing my friends
- My bachelor party
- Fun learning programming
- I’m young
- Able to take off time if I need it
- Daily exercise
- Sunny LA skies
- New recruiting system rocks
- Giant salsas are amazing
- Won legal case
- Not living subsistence style like ancestors
- Great team members
I find that I am one of the least fashion conscious people that I know. I generally only purchase new clothes once a year, and all of my shopping is done online on Gap-owned websites in the sales section. I spend probably $2-300 per year on my clothes. I want to look good, but I care far more about other things like personal fitness or growing my business. I feel like I just barely pass the minimum bar for casual business dress.