One day while driving back from work I hit a spot of traffic. I looked ahead and I could see a breakdown. With nothing to do I started looking around and saw a man on a hill walking his dog. It got me thinking. > How do I get from here
Things are quite bleak at the moment in Sri Lanka. Years of neglect, mismanagement and incompetence has lead to the current state of play. Many are (rightly so) considering leaving given the first opportunity. Then there are a handful of people who see a light at the end of the
New year resolutions fade fast. It's easy to fallback into default-mode until next December. Fixed time based targets keep you on track but the payoff is very slim. Yearly themes maybe a better idea. In 2022 I want to focus and align my efforts on a few key things that
Bingu (KillerB [https://www.youtube.com/c/Pushpe]), Chathu (Unsolved) and I catch up on old times. We discuss how they got into music and how I may have played a small part in the process. Unsolved started around 1996. The guys were in school and I was in Uni.
Isura Silva [https://twitter.com/isura] is a Sri Lankan entrepreneur and the founder of aucterra [https://aucterra.ai/]. We talk about AI and the value of lifelong learning. Isura and I have been chatting on twitter for a long time and we have quite similar ideas when it comes
Derek is a modern day philosopher and the founder of CD Baby. He had a lot of interesting jobs including working for a circus.
Continuing with my inspirational posts I'm talking about being different and doing your own thing.
A Sparkfile is a bit of an old concept that has been quite useful for me over the years. It's basically a notes file about a topic that you keep adding and building upon. The original rules are * Keep it unformatted * Add to the bottom * Don't change the past * Review
Sometimes we are our own blockers to progress. We doubt ourselves and play it safe and wish our time will come. We don't try because we don't want to fail. > Reigning in your enthusiasm isn’t a sign of experience and humility, it’s a sign of cowardice. — Steli Efti