Archive for March, 2019

Will stay away from UX as a career

March 31, 2019

Will stay away from UX as a career.
Will focus on something else.
Will be good & great at everything.

Don’t know what to focus on.




Snow Ball Now

March 31, 2019

Start snow balling now O’ life.
I desperately need you to give me a monument.
Please help.
I can’t afford to fail.
I can’t afford to go to college again.




Just 10 hours a day for my MAN MOON MISSION

March 31, 2019

No more postulations.
No more hopes.
No more systems.
No more to do lists.
No more remember the milk.
No more analysis.
No more dreams.

Just execution.
Systematic ones.
Heroic ones.

Enough of time pass.

Love you Gods.
Love you Life.
Love you Thinking.
Love you Success.
Love you Passion.




No more wasting time…

March 31, 2019

I have finally touched the heights of wasting time in every way.
It’s not less than last 16 years of such waste.

Last time it was 8 years including 2 years of drop out.
And what a return it was.
I did GNUnify and some blue oceans.

I now believe it’s time for something which would be a such a big spectacular thing in the industry.
It takes 20 years of hard work for an overnight success.

My timer starts from tomorrow.
2019 -2- 2029 -2- 2039.
My goal is just one.

ECLS & its 7 paradigms.

Kickstarting from tomorrow.




Can’t decide from where to start & what to pursue

March 31, 2019

Tomorrow is my first day of the new year.
I have goals.
I have missions.
I have ambitions.
I have style.
I have hunger.
I have crave.
I have niche.




My GOD

March 30, 2019

 

Source: FreePress Journal
KIM WOO-CHOONG, founder and Chairman of Daewoo, the motor-giant of Korea writes: “There are six keys to success: First, start working hard from the beginning. Second, small innovations lead to bigger ones later. Third, combine with others to create a mastermind.
A hundred things you do to help someone eventually returns to you a thousand-fold. Fourth, avoid worrying about yourself; when you work hard in a committed fashion, you don’t have to chase money; money will chase you. Fifth, things fall into place, if you have confidence. All mistakes could be corrected; all challenges could be overcome; all problems have solutions. Sixth, opportunities in life are unlimited. Possibilities emerge and parade before you when you work hard. Our opinions have no permanence.
I follow the book – which is an autobiography of the legendary businessman **Kim Woo Choong** from Korea. I have made a podcast on this book which goes by the name – **Every Street Is Paved With Gold** – You can see the podcast below here.
I almost consider this book to be my life guide…

 

Linus Torvalds –

March 30, 2019
Nobody should start to undertake a large project. You start with a small _trivial_ project, and you should never expect it to get large. If you do, you’ll just overdesign and generally think it is more important than it likely is at that stage. Or worse, you might be scared away by the sheer size of the work you envision. So start small, and think about the details. Don’t think about some big picture and fancy design. If it doesn’t solve some fairly immediate need, it’s almost certainly over-designed. And don’t expect people to jump in and help you. That’s not how these things work. You need to get something half-way _useful_ first, and then others will say “hey, that _almost_ works for me”, and they’ll get involved in the project. And if there is anything I’ve learnt from Linux, it’s that projects have a life of their own, and you should _not_ try to enforce your “vision” too strongly on them. Most often you’re wrong anyway, and if you’re not flexible and willing to take input from others (and willing to change direction when it turned out your vision was flawed), you’ll never get anything good done. In other words, be willing to admit your mistakes, and don’t expect to get anywhere big in any kind of short timeframe. I’ve been doing Linux for thirteen years, and I expect to do it for quite some time still. If I had _expected_ to do something that big, I’d never have started. It started out small and insignificant, and that’s how I thought about it.
Source: linuxtimes.net

Steve Jobs – Resume

March 30, 2019

It was this video that changed my attitude towards everything today.

March 30, 2019

I have already seen this video like 10 times.
And I am going to see it even more 100 times.
It has changed my way towards reading & designing my life.

Life rocks again – one more time.
I am crystal clear about everything in my life until 2025.

No more thoughts needed.
Only beliefs and commitments and strange passions.

I have only 1 objective…
Prove to be the best in the chosen vertical in the world…
And I have chosen many a many today.

I need 7 things knowledge today:’
1. Vocabulary
2. English Grammar
3. Comprehension Power
4. Search anything and everything power @ Google
5. Master style of Wikipedia
6. Read as many Novels as possible
7. Master computing code and computing design.




I am the happiest guy in the world

March 30, 2019

I now have an objective..
I now have a motto.
I now have an ambition.
I now have a pride.
I now have thought processes.
I now have stuff to do…
I now have reasons for organised work…
I now have passions for working late night…
I now have will & zeal…
I now have Sky Zeal.
I now have me.
I now want to have a triplet persona.
See how well I juggle things…still manage them all.

My dreams are unlimited now.

Deliverables on my plate today are:
1. Se7en Netizens – A Trilogy Book
2. ECLS – All 7 Paradigms
3. Study well at MaaC
4. Self Study of all Business Book Summaries
5. Self Study of all Tech Books
6. Self Study of the Bhagwad Gita
7. Master everything that is possible.