Life update! Podiatry, Podcasting and Profits!

So, I haven’t been blogging much.

This is because of *insert excuse here*.

No really, well I haven’t had the fire to write nor have I felt it is an important priority honestly. Starting this whole project writing was what I thought would be a huge part of it. But writing is not something I’m good at or really enjoy. (unless it’s about investing). So I am going pretty much all in on my strengths which I believe is podcasting. I am looking to grow the podcasts to where I can justify doing them no matter what happens in my life and get the guests I want and bring value to them by having them on.

I have been pouring the majority of my energy into Podiatry (my university course), the stock market, and the podcast. I’m noticing these things bring me the greatest reward while still enjoying every piece of it. This is something I don’t think I was focusing on as much before. I was getting solid advice online through podcasts, audiobooks and gurus but none of it was catered to me or the things I want advice on. Starting the podcast and getting out there doing things that challenge me and my “normal” is forcing me to create a new normal for myself where everything I’m doing is slow but Gradual progress towards my ultimate goals.

With the stock market, I’ve been getting VERY lucky.

That is the thing, It is luck right now. maybe I do know what to pick and why to pick it. But I haven’t¬†experienced a major loss yet. and I will eventually I’m trying to stay mindful of when that day comes and why it was lost. Also making some mad progress in the gym and keeping mindful of smart and hard training, I am trying to push myself in the right ways without taxing my life while purely adding to it to make myself feel better and look better, that should be everyone’s goal in my opinion.

University is very taxing right now, assignments, studying, new relationships and hard work. But it will all be worth it in the end.

I’m just trying to be the best version of myself financially, educationally, mentally and physically. I would like to see you do the same.

 

The productivity of not sleeping?

Last night I pulled an all-nighter as I thought hey, why not. I got tonnes of work done and didn’t really feel that bad until maybe 24-28 hours of not sleeping, from then on I just did easy uncreative non-thought provoking work. What I’m wondering is…

Can pulling an all-nighter be productive? 

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