The idea presented in this post is not the first time it's been shared. I've discussed this thought with my former Apple colleagues a few years ago and t's now even more sensible.
With the recent advances from SpaceX, it seems the age of Apple controlling the last piece of the mobile device puzzle (network infrastructure) is becoming very economically feasible. Listen to the rest of my thoughts on the matter!
A small update about how I've been doing given the rough previous month. It's good to be back on the upswing. Feeling the same optimism as during the first few months when I moved here. This is partially due to the results of a meeting held a few weeks back that really boosted my energy. I share about how my efforts with my new tactic of increasing results from last weeks post, and talk about a new project I want to start for my kids at school! Click below to hear all about it!
During and after reading The 4 Hour Work Week, I started eliminating many parts of my life which I thought were important and essential, but weren't. This was largely forced upon me by moving abroad, and was simultaneously seen as a perk. The search for making my life more simplified continues. Previously I've shared about having one of my students collect primary research for me while I taught her English. These are the types of changes I need to continue making in my life. The kind which reduce workload and increase results. This post summarizes some of my progress, and includes a new one with almost zero effort, and numerous tangible results! Click below to hear more!
In my last post, Escapism, I mentioned I'd prepare a post on my thoughts for the legalization policy. Over the past few days I've put some considerable thought to my policy guidelines. The post is very long, but detailed, thoughtful, and insightful.
A city like no other, world renowned for culture, tech, finance, cuisine, film making, music, sports and more!
The first city where I first lived on my own. It's my home, a benchmark for all future residency locales. A shout to all my friends from Apple, college, university and otherwise! Thanks for making Toronto the amazing city it is!