- Tue, 14:53: Back home in South Brent. And...it starts raining. Should 'av stayed in Cornwall.
- Tue, 15:05: Micromastery, Allowing Ourselves to Start https://t.co/VemTRp0Be1 https://t.co/Q5PjAwzEUX
- Tue, 15:12: Thanks @rickgeorges for the prompt to check out Vivaldi (and many others). I've listened to his music many times bu… https://t.co/41TcQHWEoB
- Tue, 15:22: I'm so lucky to have found the @LiveJournal community. The comments are generous and helpful.
- Tue, 16:24: Enlightenment is not a career�option https://t.co/VmnvwDDsYN / by Robert Twigger https://t.co/PcJzy5atDg
- Tue, 19:39: My holiday read is @antmiddleton first book. It's making me quite emotional to realise everything he went through t… https://t.co/62QGR6OLid </ul
I'm back to reading Micomastery by Robert Twigger.
Actually, to be precise, I've got 10 pages left to read of Anthony (Ant) Middleton's book, First Man In. Of course, it's very Alpha Male but if you're an ex-SBS operative, I can't imagine it would be any other way.
It seems so strange to think that a few years back I met him in Paignton library and got someone to take a picture of us together. If I'm honest, I was only vaguely familiar with his persona, less still the popularity of the SAS series.
Back to Mr Twigger's book. I suspect you can guess from the title that the premise is to find joy and happiness in doing many things and not adopting the 10,000 hours approach to, inter alia, cooking, getting fit and calligraphy. The thing is, it's not even that I want to get better: I just want to show up and find joy in the doing.
I used to think that having lots of interests — I'm naturally curious — was a bad thing. The whole idea of success was to go narrow and deep. My legal career was a little like that but then again, I was very lucky that I could pick up new things quite quickly and turn my hand to making money.
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