There are 3 types of knowledge. Knowledge you have and know, knowledge you don’t have but know about, and knowledge you don’t know that you don’t know that you don’t know.
What you don’t know you don’t know is the biggest of this pool. After reading “Business Adventures” I can safely say I know a bit more about what I don’t know anything about.
I highly recommend it to those of you that are interested in the way the world works.
Currently I’m reading “Slicing Pie”, an interesting book on how to assign equity in a startup. Many of my startups have failed because of partnership issues. Usually this is because of the system we used to govern the partnership.
At bare minimum never do 50/50. Vest shares help too.
This week has been very interesting. 4DX continues, and we have handed out our first rewards for QA work. As for my process goals, at the advice of one of my co-workers, I’ll have to change the way I am dealing with my workouts. Lunch time workouts maybe the answer.
I’ve also resolved to have mini get togethers at the apartment to reconnect with some old friends, and to solidify existing friendships.
Last weeks goals:
1) Workout daily, bike or workout at lunch (5/7, biking, not getting much results, going to switch to lunch time workout)
2) Post daily to wattpad (5/7, getting featured on Wattpad soon, so very successful so far)
3) Focus on career next steps (Had some conversations with the right people, need to decide on what I want to do for the next 5 years)