The day was poorly tracked --
Awake: 3PM (11 hours sleep)… a delivery guy came at 9:30AM and banged loudly on the door, I woke and then went back to sleep -- I'm guessing that's why I slept so long? I gave half a thought to getting up at 9:30, which would have been five hours of sleep, but didn't do it.
4:10PM: Slowly getting ready, a little thinking, doing lots of stretching out of my muscles, shower and cleaning up.
Today I've got scheduled calls at 7PM and 11PM. I can…
Did a mix of finances, thinking, planning, light writing, and had 7PM call. Did travel plans, logistics, costs, etc. Good client call at 11PM. Did 6 hours of planning, business finance, business asset development, etc. Solid day.
Had a bunch of random stuff to do; did it all. No major wins, but a lot of necessary stuff. One of those days that needs to be had every two months or so, with long-term planning, numbers, finance, travel plans, logistics, coordination, etc.
Here was the plan for Day 12. If you remember, I was wrecked a few days earlier and looking to re-track --
Plan for tomorrow…
Over the next 3 days, need, *Sales *Philanthropy *Writing
Tomorrow… *Morning, a couple errands (power, etc) *Afternoon, take a quick crack at writing *Go to gym *Clean up *Meet Stepan, goals, etc. *Sleep early enough, tomorrow doesn't have to be crazy -- more important to just be on track
Here's what happened -
Last week I set out to see how many hours of programming work I could do in one week on CodeCombat, our multiplayer programming game for learning how to code. I clocked in at 120.75 hours. Here's the epic time-lapse video I generated from Telepath (watch in 1440p if you can):
So what did I learn from this experiment?
Adjustable height desks are amazing.
I bought one from Ergo Depot a few days before. I must have switched between sitting and standing fifty times last week. I would never have survived otherwise.