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Category Archives: life maintenance
I have been supplementing vitamins for a year and a half at the date of this post. To Identify my stack and have it published will make it easier to refer back to it. This is not completed, every day … Continue reading
I always wished I had an answer sheet. A cheat sheet to a lot of my problems. Well now I do. But it’s all in my head. I solved a lot of my problems by reading books and building models … Continue reading
The following is an exercise I composed to be run at the Lesswrong Sydney dojos. It took an hour and a half but could probably be done faster with some adaptations that I have included in these instructions. In regards … Continue reading
I have a friend who works in a charity which deals with people who are on the streets. She was telling me about the struggles they face and the difficulties they are working with. It seems like every person out … Continue reading
Today, an ordinary day. I woke up at 6am. It was still dark out. I did a quick self-check. “Did I wake up with energy?” No not really… note to self. But it is quite early. Rewind one day. Yesterday … Continue reading
This is my daily survey for myself: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeN80ltyWTP7S0B-Xwrg-ArwHRG6RyvUvJGl0ZpLR3C__Y3g/viewform There are many reasons for tracking. A few really good ones come from the book how to measure anything. Without annotating an entire book, here are a few good reasons to track (also why … Continue reading
Core knowledge: List of common human goals Part 1: Exploration-Exploitation Part 1a: The application of the secretary problem to real life dating Part 1b: adding and removing complexity from models Part 2: Bargaining Trade-offs to your brain. Part 2a.1: A strategy against … Continue reading
Last year Lachlan Cannon came back from a CFAR reunion and commented that instead of just having the CFAR skills we need the derivative skills. The skills that say, “I need a technique for this problem” and let you derive … Continue reading
This post is duplicated from the original. Original post: http://lesswrong.com/r/discussion/lw/ndl/cultivate_the_desire_to_x/ Recently I have found myself encouraging people to cultivate the desire to X. Examples that you might want to cultivate interest in include: Diet Organise ones self Plan for the future … Continue reading