I'm a life-long learner, looking for new ways to become 1% better everyday. I have many teachers, and attribute much of my personal success to the wonderful people I have had the pleasure to meet; the books I have devoured and the audio books that have kept me sane on my commute to work.
- Video games
- Board games
- Salsa dancing
"If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon upon the shoulders of giants" - Isaac Newton
"Remember, it is not enough to be hit or insulted to be harmed, you must believe that you are being harmed. If someone succeeds in provoking you, realize that your mind is complicit in the provocation. Which is why it is essential that we not respond impulsively to impressions; take a moment before reacting, and you will find it easier to maintain control.” - Epictetus
Recommended Productivity/Life Tools:
- 5 Minute Journal - Where I enter my daily affirmations, gratitude, ambitions, and moments.
- Way of Life - My daily habit tracking app. It allows me to keep track of how well i'm doing in some areas, and where I need improvement.
- Google Keep - Google Keep is a productivity tool which allows you to leave yourself location-based notes, reminders, checklists.
- Asana - An intuitive project management tool created to eliminate the need for e-mail. I use Asana to keep track of my current and completed work projects.
- G Suite - Where I keep my pictures, career documents, personal projects, shared maps, ebooks etc
- Microsoft OneNote - free-form information collection tool, capable of multi-user collaboration. It can collect handwritten or typed notes, drawings, screen clippings and audio. Everything else goes in here.