NotePD Loader
Ideas Post

10 New Skills I've Learned Over The Past Two Years

#1. Sport Stacking

It's basically stacking plastic cups really fast. It's a ton of fun. Ha ha. I've noticed that my mental processing speed has increased a lot since I started doing it... which is pretty cool...

#2. AutoHotKey

It's a programming language for automating Windows tasks. Well, actually, it can be used for a lot more. But that's the gist of it.

#3. Idea Machine

After coming up with over 100 idea lists (all of them having at least 10 or more ideas each) I think I have finally become an Idea Machine! On second thought, I think I have a long way to go compared to @JamesAltucher

#4. Kalimba

My newest instrument. It's a ton of fun. Though it can be a little hard on the fingernails.

#5. Pattern Popping

This is basically a method where... you focus intently on a single outstanding individual who has gotten some of the best results in their field (notice I said results, not fame or status)... and you binge on all their work, and closely study their way of thinking and behavior...until certain patterns that contribute towards their amazing results start popping out at you. And yes, I did coin that term myself. :P

#6. Creative Monetization

If you don't do business or marketing, this will likely not make any sense to you. But it's basically the skill of finding creative new ways to maximize the average value of the traffic or visitors you're already getting.

#7. Sprouting + Microgreen Growing

Have been procrastinating on this for the longest time. But because of the lockdowns and logistics problems and all, we've been forced to maximize our food resources. And this is one of the easiest and fastest ways to do it, in addition to anything else you're already growing in your garden...

#8. Herbs and Minerals

Have learnt the health and healing uses of several new medicinal and nutritional herbs... along with some new ways to use old and well-known, but commonly overlooked, minerals.

#9. Press Release Marketing

Been spending a lot more time on this recently.

#10. Crypto Stuff

The field is new, constantly changing... and there are always new skills to be learnt because of that.

0 Like.0 Comment
Paoloand 4 more liked this
Comments (0)

No comments.