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🍂 Past notes
Vol 9. My 2024 “simplifying further” plan
All along, I’ve been focusing most of my energy on setting up systems for everyone to win—from my agency, up to friends, and even family. I wanted to have a slow, but rich year again this 2024, and this time, I’m kinda extending the magic with them.
Vol 8. Engineering a slow life
I DO live slowly by default but that doesn’t mean I’m immune to the busyness of life. There’s this 3 pillars that help me go slow.
Vol 7. Shooing shiny-object syndrome
As Esther Hicks said, what you focus on grows. And yes, that’s true. I only read 1 unconventional book a year and it’s enough to change my life. Here’s how I pick the book. And how I live it out.
Vol 6. Communities, must-haves of a slow life
Want to thrive in life? Want to be in good health? Want to surpass trials and age old like fine wine? Find, love, and serve your community. We need each other.
Vol 5. Niche around: Forging your unique pathway to success ✨
Niche down is good advice until it isn’t anymore. It sparked my success, but I had to break it to get to my next, happier level. Here’s why I niche around more than niching down.
Vol 4. Slow traveling
Traveling breaks our daily routine, encouraging us to pause, push down our stress levels, and refresh our senses in a profoundly positive way so we get back to work more productive than ever.
Vol 3. What I do on Sunday nights
There’s one thing I do on Sunday nights that helps me design a slow-paced week. I’m breaking it down below.
Vol 2. When your slow is interrupted
So pardon for the scattered thoughts, but hey, this is what you signed up for: My raw, real, and random thoughts, which could hopefully inspire you to live your own version of slow!
Vol 1. *slow wave* from Aiza
I’m starting Hardwired to Thrive for entrepreneurs who are done with the hustle and are ready to chill like a villain in their post-hustle era. Here’s what to expect.