[Rowing Machine] 2019: Week 36 {4-Hour Body, Book Review} “219.5”

Even though I don’t agree with all of it and skipped some sections, Tim Ferriss’s 4-Hour Body is perhaps the best book on amateur fitness. Through breezy anecdotes, Ferriss invites anyone through a journey from having no knowledge of health and fitness to mastering the basics, practicing the intermediary concepts, to even self-actualizing into a sport that can help you attain and sustain your fitness goals, whether it’s losing weight, becoming healthier, or becoming superhuman.

Rating: ★★★★★ [5/5]

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[Downsizing Zeal] Merchandise As Clutter?

I can’t recall the last piece of merchandise I bought at a show. While I have hunches on the band and items, I just haven’t found any black concert shirts that I needed to add to my collection lately, and I guess that’s the root cause of my clutter: I acquired basically anything I fancied, but rare is the item I truly wanted. If it doesn’t remind you of an incredible experience, is it clutter?

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[The Story] Marketing and Advertising

“You should go to some meetups to talk with writers.[1]” I later thought about how I could advertise “The Story.” I’ve found that when I’ve told people that I’m writing fiction, their interest is piqued, but without anything substantial written – besides the Sammohini Arc – the conversations drift off. Although every update like this helps get me closer to telling John [left] and Trishna’s [right] story, now, I have something tangible to show that I’m serious.

Spoilers?: None (advertising influencing content)
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