List of things to Master
@staylucky, 3 books really isn’t that much, in my opinion. TV and similar activities were rarely allowed when I was little, so I’m used to it.
Keep in mind that I also didn’t specify what kind of books they were. Many complemented what I was learning at the time. I also have a good memory and a lot of time to kill.
I started teaching myself to play guitar about 3yrs ago and started gigging this year.
Biggest challenge to date: figuring out how to live a balanced life – there are days when I swear I got it then wake up the next day with a surprise…a game changer, such is life, eh?
I don’t think anyone is ever a master of anything… there is always room for improvement.
i want to master (or just do):
that’s it, more or less … of course, there are many other things I’d like to be able to do, but these are some of the main goals regarding abilities for the next few years :)
I’m currently trying to master the art of Diet and Cooking. I want to be able to cook some good dishes that are both delicious and nutritous.
Getting back into skateboarding would be cool.
becoming fully conscious of all my choices….actually knowing what i want from life, clearly.
I don’t really want to “master” them but I would like to try/get better at:
I’m sure this list will change overtime, I just have so many interests and i’m in the process of trying them all out to find my niche.
So I’m learning spanish already, but wanna start picking up another lanugage. I think im angling towards french, would it be too confusing to do both??
I flicked out some random ideas for OP at the start but then this turned into a personal To-Do list for each person here in 2012 so here are some of mine…
Soooo in 2012 i actually am gonna learn to do a Backflip. legit. i told myself i was gonna do it this summer but im going up north for like a month in a couple days and i had to be at home to do it so that was bad planning.
Yoga + Meditation for now
mastering a six pack would be rad :D
Try taking up an art form. Whether it be clay, paint, 3d, photography, your options are unlimited.
Something I am currently trying to master is expressing my emotions through line drawings. I am also working on expression with paint. Get a large canvas, dip your hands in some paint and let loose on the canvas. Listening to music during this process gives me inspiration. Not only is this invigorating but you learn more about yourself and exploring your mind. Plus who doesn’t like getting messy every now and then. Good luck in your mastering!
|Scott Michael Harris|
I’m in the process of mastering CSS and HTML. As a designer, it’s something I have put off, ignored, and have even been afraid of for a long time. It’s a great challenge and incredibly rewarding new frontier for me as a designer. So, that’s what I’ve been working to master – I’ve quit my full time job, moved away from New York City, and have myself shacked up in a little studio for the winter to focus 100% on it.
I am trying to do the splits.. I have been trying to for the past 3 months. It’s hard but I’m pretty determined to do it.
I would like to master the guitar and photography. then I can move to another musical instrument like the trumpet or something along those lines
|Scott Michael Harris|
@chaadders, this might be useful to you and others – it’s unofficially dubbed a “Seinfeld Calendar” http://lifehacker.com/281626/jerry-seinfelds-productivity-secret?tag=softwaremotivation
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