2. THE BEST WORK IS DONE IN SHORT BLOCKS OF INTENSE FOCUS.
How much actual work do you think gets done in a regular 9-5 day? Two hours? Three, if we’re being generous?
We all know the remaining hours go to killing time on Facebook, email, watching YouTube videos, and meetings.
Get out of the idea that you need to “kill time”. Time is a non-renewable resource that can be taken from us without warning.
Guys who know how to flip the switch get more done in 2 hours than most people get done in 2 days.
Considering I am a huge proponent of the idea of 3D printing, its somewhat ironic the only short setup I can find is in that sector… Alas while I will often compare 3D printing and cheap design tools as the second coming of the personal computer. The odds that $ONVO is “the next $AAPL” as some retards have stated are pretty freaking remote.
Also just started a really cool book on the democratization of tools of production and design, Makers: The New Industrial Revolution by Chris Anderson if you are interested in design and small scale production, so far its an awesome read!
I think one of my projects this week is to start expanding my repotoire of scans. I’ve been using a lot of the same criteria for years and the results seem to be getting somewhat lackluster. While I think its very valuable in trading to stick with what works and not jump around trying to find new stuff all the time. I simply am consistently lacking in solid short setups. Maybe they just aren’t out there. But I think its a good time to do some experimenting.
I’ll probably start by opening an account with equityfeed.com, I’ve been talking about it for 3+ years, I think its time.
This was an “OK” short yesterday but nothing great, I never entered. It moved to slow to get me excited. Only concern is that it might morning panic without me today.
Some lame positive news, but I think this place just makes data and RF jumpers, pretty lame and boring industry.