• Life Manual(start following from 18th Dec 2019)

    Updated for 21st Century
  • Core Principles

  • Major Life Skills/Objectives

  • Short term Goal

  • Passive Income

  • Run a remote only company

  • Checklists

  • Event Responses

  • Notes

  • Routines

  • Habit

  • Root Causes

  • Eliminate the less important

  • Order the Goals by importance

    considering deadline for time sensitive tasks. Be careful not to neglect the critical tasks that does not have a deadline e.g staying healthy, going to gym.

  • Appropriate sizing of the tasks. Split into multiple sub tasks.

  • Supportive Environment

  • Negative Habits to Avoid

  • Event based Response strategy

  • Execution/Feedback Loop

  • Measuring/Tracking

  • Rituals

    Rituals should be holistic, combining tasks from different objectives to be performed effectively and efficiently. Mostly time or event based.

  • Keep Option to Backoff/Fail

  • Willpower

  • Effective procrastination

  • In Praise of Idleness

  • Focus

  • In praise of Rituals/Checklist

  • Think ahead of time and plan for events

    e.g Project will stop what to expect, how the transition should happen?

  • Health

  • Execution/Project Management

  • Hard Thing about Hard Things vs How to Win friends and influence People

  • Define criteria for Success, Failure and to Kill the project.

  • Learning

  • Coaching

  • Team/People Management

  • Leadership/Business Management

  • Basics of Finance/Investment

  • Sustainability

  • Thinking/Problem solving

  • Creativity

  • Personal Finance

  • Stick to Plans

    Want to sleep on time, go to Gym

  • Sales/Marketing

  • Feedback Exchange

  • Story telling

    Clearly explains and grabs attention

  • Community

  • Technology

  • Leadership/Execution

  • High Impact Business

  • Health

  • Create Software

  • Create Content

  • Consulting

  • Productized Services

  • Strategy/Design

  • After DMT

  • DS & Algo

  • Business Idea generation

  • Clean Code

    Top 9 Qualities of Clean Code
    Bad code does too much – Clean code is focused
    The language you wrote your code with should look like it was made for the problem
    It should not be redundant
    Reading your code should be pleasant
    Can be easily extended by any other developer
    It should have minimal dependencies
    Smaller is better
    It should have unit and acceptance tests
    It should be expressive

    https://blog.goyello.com/2013/01/21/top-9-principles-clean-code/

  • Evening Routine(Monday)

    #routine #Evening
    immediately after coming form office or 8pm

    • Change clothes to something more comfortable
    • Wash face, hand and feet.
    • Soak feet in epsom dissolved warm water for 10min and call to Mom.
    • Make Todo list for next day, watch videos of what exercise to do.
    • Eat dinner by 8.30pm, no matter where I’m
    • Avoid screens after 9.30pm everyday.
    • Diffused thinking: Review the previous week and think what to improve and Solve some problem on side projects. Make calls on side projects.
    • 9.50-10pm read music(hard stop), Leila Fletcher and practice 10-10.10pm hard stop.
    • Go to bed by 10.20pm, meditate 10min(Sleep meditation from head space)
  • Evening Routine(Tuesday)

    #routine #Evening
    immediately after coming form office or 8pm

    • Change clothes to something more comfortable
    • Wash face, hand and feet.
    • Soak feet in epsom dissolved warm water for 10min and call to Mom.
    • Make Todo list for next day, watch videos of what exercise to do.
    • Eat dinner by 8.30pm, no matter where I’m
    • Avoid screens after 9.30pm everyday.
    • Diffused thinking: Solve some problem on side projects. Make calls on side projects.
    • 9.50-10pm read music(hard stop), Leila Fletcher and practice 10-10.10pm hard stop.
    • Go to bed by 10.20pm, meditate 10min(Sleep meditation from head space)
  • Evening Routine(Wednesday to Sunday)

    #routine #Evening
    immediately after coming form office or 8pm

    • Change clothes to something more comfortable
    • Wash face, hand and feet.
    • Soak feet in epsom dissolved warm water for 10min and call to Mom.
    • Make Todo list for next day, watch videos of what exercise to do.
    • Eat dinner by 8.30pm, no matter where I’m
    • Avoid screens after 9.30pm everyday.
    • Read literature for getting inspiration and fun 9-9.45pm(PS: do not daydream)
    • 9.50-10pm read music(hard stop), Leila Fletcher and practice 10-10.10pm hard stop.
    • Go to bed by 10.20pm, meditate 10min(Sleep meditation from head space)
  • Bad habits

    • Avoid Caffein, Nicotine like stimulants from afternoon onwards. Food that contain these chemicals are Cold drinks, Nekotex, Redbull, Coffee, Tea. Check half time for all above substances.
    • Carried away by mobile distractions, someone sends a message I tend to respond and it’s a loop.
    • Do not read books that can stimulate e.g new business ideas.
    • Traps: Reading for longer, practicing music for longer. May look productive but it’s not. It sucks energy from the next day with penalty.
  • Morning Routine(Friday to Monday)

    #routine #morning

    • Wakeup at 6.30am.
    • Bio calls, brush. by 6.42am.
    • Soak basil seed.
    • Gym: 6.45-8.00am including travel time. Net exercise 1hr Strength+.(Check if able to finish the planned workout)
    • Drink Basil seed with water 200ml.
    • Time Block for intense focus. 8.05-10.15am
    • Bath, get ready for office. Start by 11am
  • Morning Routine(Tuesday to Wednesday)

    #routine #morning

    Wednesday to Thursday 48 hour fasting

    • Wakeup at 6.30am.
    • Bio calls, brush. by 6.42am.
    • Soak basil seed.
    • Walk on treadmill.
    • Drink Basil seed with water 200ml.
    • Time Block for intense focus. 6.45-10.15am
    • Bath, get ready for office. Start by 11am
  • Morning Routine(Thursday)

    #routine #morning

    Wednesday to Thursday 48 hour fasting

    • Wakeup at 6.30am.
    • Bio calls, brush. by 6.42am.
    • Soak basil seed.
    • Walk on treadmill.
    • Drink Basil seed with water 200ml.
    • Review all differed/unplanned tasks and schedule.
    • Time Block for intense focus. 6.45-10.15am
    • Bath, get ready for office. Start by 11am
  • Don’t/avoid List #Habit

    • Stop * for 1% improvement.
    • Completely avoid sugar in any form.
    • Stop screens, book and phone at 10pm.
    • Cold drinks
    • Coffee
    • Tea
    • Nicotine
    • Redbull
  • Do List #Habit

    • Do one thing at a time and time box everything.
    • Unplanned task; Priority critical? Else go through triage.
    • Tasks with deadline should be executed using Scrum and other things with Kanban, according to priority.
    • Follow all the routines as religious rituals, performed with precision.
    • Is the worker you working as expected?
    • Try to put everything into plan at least for a quarter ahead, so it does not disrupt the routine.
    • Any new task/Project should be tagged to predefined time maps. Critical first!
    • Automate all recurring decisions.
    • Think before everything, the basic mundane work also. Avoid, Outsource, Automate what can be done?
    • Keep track of improvement in focused work, clockyfy.me. After reach the limit in timing, go for qualitative measures.

    Now

    1. Lean(weight under 66kg), strong lower back and arm muscles. Mental clarity and proper sleep. Physical and Mental stamina.
    2. Interview preparation for AmDT- Find previous questions.
    3. Math for Economics, Macro and Micro Economics.
  • Possible Adjectives

    Lazy, Impulsive, Only interested in Creamy-superficial easy layer, Lack of Discipline

    Exhausted, Sleepy, still don’t want to sleep.

    Not in flow?
    Low mental stamina?

  • Possible Worries

    MyLogger tag, MW(My worries)

    I’m afraid my family needs me desperately. They can’t survive without me. Or I’m afraid they will abandon me if I’m not nice to them.

  • Things will pile up unintentionally, we need a spring cleaning in regular frequency.

  • Will power is kind of an energy, Energy is low will power is low

    Avoid making decision during low energy times, keep taking breaks before burnout https://jamesclear.com/willpower-decision-fatigue

  • One decision that eliminates 1000s

    Kill the distractions at source
    Make recurring decisions e.g eat same food daily instead of choosing everyday.

  • sleep, productivity trap listening audiobook in bed, burning feet, then masturbate

  • Stop buying things in midnight. Buy only after it’s proven that I have time and energy to use it. E.g music courses, bath tub

  • Know everything that consumes attention. I discovered at lest 12 side projects running simultaneously, no wonder why nothing is making desired progress. I have to kill a few now.

  • If unable to make minimum required dose of work. Kill projects from bottom of priority list.

  • Write a Mission statement. It should be embedded into character. Anything see this, should remember why this is needed. Act like guiding star.

  • Outsource whatever is not core

  • Split the goal into small sub tasks. Automate, batch, outsource.

  • People to Follow/Copy

  • People to associate with

  • Physical Environment to create

  • Tools needed to Enable

  • Tools to measure/Track

  • List of Habits

  • Triggers for such habits

  • Strategy to Avoid them

  • Note and Reflect on the pain points.

  • Expect the unexpected. Black swan.

  • Thinking in Bets(Probability & Possiblity)

  • Plans for own behavioral, people dependency, policy change failures.

  • Always have proxy like teaching kids through some existing tutor so I have option to backoff.

  • All in bet is existential

  • Make effort to make reversible decisions.

    • It’s limited
    • At lowest when exhausted physically or mentally.(Avoid being exhausted, stop on right time)
  • If there is some mandatory courses you do not like, then do it at the earliest, it will cause less stress. Otherwise it burns energy as long as in the Todo list.

  • Start working early, know the basics so brain will get time to think in background over time.

  • Diffused Thinking

  • Reduced Stress/Longer Lifespan

  • Ritual to overcome Willpower Lapses

  • Reading Habit

  • Checklist Manifesto

  • Sleeping

  • Eat

  • Exercise

  • Stress Management- Chemical, Physical and Emotional

  • Intermittent Fasting

  • Mental Sanity

  • Vacation

  • 4 Hour Work week: Batching, Outsourcing

  • One task at a time

  • TDD like steps: Each step should give some feedback

  • Beginner’s Mind is the key behind the phenomenon of
    Beginner’s Luck: a person doing something for the first
    time often does it much better than he does after he’s
    practiced for a while
    Skills vs Competency.

    http://csis.pace.edu/~grossman/dcs/XR4-PromiscuousPairing.pdf

  • Checklists

  • Narrative planning and making it accessible to everyone involved. Radically open mindedness.

  • Sunk cost bias like fallacies

  • Adult Learning

    https://www.linkedin.com/learning/instructional-design-adult-learners/what-to-know-before-watching-this-course?u=2113185

    Less cluttered and more focused.
    Do not show so much information at a time. Should be read at a glance.

    Andragogy

    1. Why? Purpose of learning.
    2. Prior experience as base.
    3. Control
    4. Work on a immediate problem.
    5. Problem oriented.
    6. Intrinsic Motivation

    Cognitive

    • Repeat
    • Chunking
    • Ref cards

    Behaviorist

    • Event based actions. e.g When need to do something.

    Constructive

    Works on Intuition

    • Own experience
    • Reflection

    Learning Curve

    Unconscious Incompetent
    Conscious Incompetent
    Conscious Competent
    Unconscious Competent

    Active vs Passive learning.

    • Challenge
    • Validation
    • Feedback

    Learning Modalities

    • Visual
    • Auditory
    • Kinesthetic

    Create Activities

    What is the desired learning outcome?

    70:20:10 Informal, manager/own experience, formal training

    Re enforced by community.

    Pedagogy

    Adults need to be actively engaged.

  • On Time, Inclusive, Engaging, Safe to fail, anonymous questions, Practice, Experience

    Be Confident and calm When unplanned work comes up.

    Workshop Facilitation

    What output is expected and the activities to do that.

    1. Specific goal
    2. Moving as a group through the shared process
    3. Environment where each person can participate

    Be flexible!

    Should be broad, and self directed. Contextualized. Why being taught?

    Attach to life events/cycle of transformation

    Help people to connect to their goals.

    5 Best practices

    1. Why? What’s the outcome expected.
    2. Environment where all people connect and contribute. Co-create something.
    3. Environment: Safe to take risk, make mistake, vulnerable.
    4. Chunks of 40min max at a time.
      • Discussion
      • Free write
      • practice
    5. Build new habits- Let them do. What is that new habit. Practice in group.

    What are the three primary components of transformative learning?
    psychological, convictional, behavioral

    Learning plan

    1. What is the order of activities?
    2. What processing activities will work? Problem first or the solution? It depends on context.
    3. Timing-
      • Washroom 90-100min
      • Processing activities like let people have break.
    4. Be flexible and understand your participants. Content may change. Know your audience.
      • Group size? based on total no
      • Age and experience? What they can do?
      • Shared experience? Lingo/Jargons? Existing alliance or conflicts? STEM people need data first.
      • Is energy going down?

    Characteristics

    1. Ask questions to relate new content to their previous experience.
    2. Pick example from common experience.
    3. Discuss vs Deep thinking vs Hands on? Give options
    4. Create environment to be vulnerable? Sometimes can gather questions anonymously.
    5. Do real rehearsal, practice. Pilot, be open to feedback.
    6. Break to small and simpler tasks.
    7. 40-50 repetition to build habit. Let it be part for your workshop.
    8. Logistics: People’s holiday, convenient time, amenities. Tech, A/V needs.
    9. Advertise the workshop. Get enrolled, put in calendar, directions, parking, things to bring etc. Give multiple weeks and many opportunities to enroll.
    10. Prepare for natural calamities.
    11. Follow up, extended learning.

    Ground Rules to make the environment safe

    1. Ask the group for the rules. Ensure it’s complete.
    2. Remind when violated.
    3. Inclusion: Make connection better, more personal: super power, tough time, childhood memory. Encourage risk.
    4. Emergency Evacuation.
    5. Magic wand: What would you do if no restrictions.
    6. What’s next? Follow up reading/Action plan.

    Books:Wired to grow,

  • The Ideal Team Player

  • Team Geek

  • Set proper expectation. Show how to do things, trainings as required. Balance micromanagement and freedom.

  • HBR Manager’s Handbook: The 17 Skills Leaders Need to Stand

  • Vision/Risk Entrepreneurship

  • Negotiation

  • Bottom of the Pyramid

  • Give sincere feedback. Even if trivial positive things.

  • Be authentic, vulnerable, transparent do not pretend to know all the answers.

  • Servant leadership

    Your people are your number one customer.
    Make a difference from where you are, be generous with people.
    Loving relationships. Making significant impact on people’s life.

    Habits:

    Start the day with vision and end your day with Thoughtful reflection, enter your day slowly, how do I behave? Read your own obituary, what Do I want to be remembered for? Read your values before starting your day.

    Performance Management:

    1. Planning: Set expectations.
    2. Coaching: Day to day coaching.
    3. Evaluation: Continuous evaluation, enforced in regular intervals. At the end of year all gets an “A”.

    Culture, built intentionally

    1. Clear Vision
    2. Clear values
    3. Clear internal goals for everyone
    4. Focus on people: Make them happy
  • Facilitating Leader

    When all people are clear on goals. Let them lead the process of solving. So you facilitate.

    6 Skills

    1. Emotional intelligence
    2. Connecting dots
    3. Active listening
    4. Powerful questions: Let people feel safe to fail.
      • Open ended question
      • Genuine curiosity
      • Short and simple
      • Explicit, direct. Start with what or how? Why makes people defensive?
    5. Engaging conflict. Let your inquiry be grounded with goals, be compassionate. LEND: Listen, Express, Negotiate and Align, Do.
    6. Flexibility

    Survey at the end of Meeting

    1. Did you feel confident that I had awareness of my thoughts and actions?
    2. Did you feel confident that I was aware of you and your needs individually?
    3. Did you feel confident that I was aware and engaged with the group dynamics?
    4. Did you feel confident that I was aware of any environmental factors that may have influenced the group?

    Summarize to improve clarity for the team and yourself. Just synthesize and do not give your opinion.

    Do Not

    Dis-empower.

    How to empower people?

    Provide clarity and ownership

    1. What are you asking them to do and by when?
    2. What does great look like?
    3. How does it contribute to your business?
    4. How should this person engage with you to receive feedback?
    5. What questions do they have?
  • Leading through Relationships

    Give people what they want. Sincere positive feedback.

    1. Discover employee’s interest, remember and act on it, e.g sending link to a blog post.
    2. Do you have the mental stimulus you need?
    3. Diverse thinkers, fail safe environment.
    4. Make recognition part of your routine.
    5. What kind of work you enjoy doing? What kind of environment? Timing?
    6. Sense and culture of trust. Why it’s important how they fit into the larger goal.
    7. Ask for feedback. Make people feel like an insider.
    8. When you feel motivated? When you feel frustrated?
    9. Cut conflict at root, make it teachable, early and often.
    10. Remember important things in their life.
    11. Support to people even when you have nothing to gain.
    12. Rotate roles, cross training.
  • Leading with Emotional Intelligence

    Play at least once a week.
    Recognize, if your Amygdala is hijacked, panic, heart rate etc. Calm down, breath.. journaling, move.

    Think beyond the current moment. Do we have required privacy? Sharing something just because asked? Responding before understanding the question?

    What are your emotional triggers?
    Blaming, sarcasm is emotionally less intelligent, it means you are afraid and feeling your life is at threat. It is fight reaction.

    How to manage it? Fire drill, have thoughtful plans and practice them. Observer stance.

    Meditate!!!

    Add play into your life.

  • Conflict Management

    Conflict is normal as people come with unique experiences. Notice your default reaction to conflict.

    Fact, no personal judgments, Respectful tone

    Questions to confirm if healthy conflicts

    1. Is this conflict helping the team explore different perspectives, so ultimately the team can make better decisions?
    2. Is this conflict helping the team move forward toward their goals?
    3. Is this conflict helping to build productive work relationships that actually enhance trust? In general when the answer to these questions are yes, you have conflict that’s healthy,
  • Living By own means

  • Economics Engine

  • Leadership

    Competence, Charisma, Empathy. They HBR book, Manager’s Handbook

  • Fortune at bottom of the pyramid

  • Improve Agri productivity in Odisha

  • Decide what project to do and scope. MVP model.

  • Thinking in Bets/Probability

    Having respect for other viewpoints
    Not being intellectually overconfident
    Separating one’s ego from one’s intellect
    Willingness to revise one’s own viewpoint
    Mental Blind spots like Selective Focus

  • Leaps of reason:

    Use computer modeling to visualize the entire flow or steps involved in a product/service that gives an opportunity to see roadblocks. Do a trade off always, if the task takes less time than the model, then do the task. Learn how to model spreading of viruses, policy decisions etc.

  • Design Thinking

  • Thinking fast and slow, Black swans series.

  • Draw on paper, that’s illuminating. The problem of grids where first and last point are connected by a line, how many dots it will touch. I could not solve but after drawing it was visible.

  • Critical thinking

    1. Validate assumptions
    2. Think rationally/logically.
    3. Diversify thinking group.
  • Systems Thinking- Sounds similar to Principles

    VUCA: volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous
    LAMO: refers to our tendency for our thinking to be linear, anthropocentric, mechanistic, and ordered.

    The four elements of systems thinking are(DSRP):

    1. Distinguish ideas from other ideas (Distinctions),
    2. Organize ideas into systems(Systems)
    3. Relate ideas to one another, and (Relationships)
    4. Look at ideas from many perspectives.(Perspectives)

    Mental Model=Information+Thinking

    Do you react before thinking? Challenge the way you think.
    Look for patterns. Is it one of event or recurring?

    How things work vs how we think is working?

    Observe the real world.
    Align your thinking. Feedback loop.

    The top three things systems thinkers do?

    1. Be aware of your mental models.
    2. Seek out feedback on how well you’re doing.
    3. And evolve your mental models to better fit reality.

    Visual mapping is important.

    CORTEX Man image

  • Definitely needed

  • Nice to Have

  • Stop Mindless spending

  • Make the decisions default. No obstruction e.g items at eye level are sold more.

  • Read the plans, habits, routines daily like checklist. Goals could be out of reach but not out of sight.

  • Make a routine and definitely do. Do not depend on willpower.

  • Break down to doable small tasks.

  • 1% improvement daily. Eliminate one bad habit or Improve one good habit daily.

  • Kaizen

  • My work ethics looks bad, e.g now it’s end of project and the setup is not working, as we have to work without internet in the age of Gigafiber. I’m not motivated to work, all people are similar, but I’m worse than all.

  • Observer the nonverbal feedback. Are they avoiding you? Delaying response? Uncomfortable talking to you?

  • Tone of feedback. Supportive, informal, informative, facts/examples and approachable.

  • Stress and Isolation together causes cancer, 9 times likely. Each one individually has no impact

    • TDD, BDD, Mutation Testing
    • SA focused PDP in grow portal
    • Angular, Testing Java Script code
    • Query Optimization. Internals of SQL
    • Architecture Discovery and Solution Architect Preparation
    • Algorithm Enough to Pass Toptal test, use hackerrank, project euler
    • Basic probability, statistics, calculus; enough to understand their usage in Economics and Machine Learning
    • Machine learning
    • Focus on specific work. Essentialism,Monotasking, Batching and Automating.
    • Agile-Scrum/Kanban
    • Team Player- Humble, Hungry, and People Smart
    • HBR 17 attributes of an Manager
    • Team Geek- Mission, Clarity, enforcing the values in team.
  • Software

    • Release English Coach with Grammars
    • Recruit Student leaders for rural health project
    • Gamification of English coach -> Add all other skills required -> predict what each individual can do -> Train them in their strength areas -> Suggest jobs -> Monetize from employers/Run Business as a service.
    • Skill to job mapping -> measure the skills
    • OCR/NLP for Employment news entry.
    • Rural health/Medical Infra project.
    • Apps to train Trinity Music grade.
    • Dashboard to show today’s expense, Overall Debt, future needs etc. Key health parameters

    Gaming
    Design and release a Game in July.

  • Books

    • Preparing for interview in India, Salary Negotiation, What information to expose. Questions.
    • Release book of the pook in Kindle store for less money- Explore what is copyright liabilities if release with different title.
    • A manual for me to be effective, process, rituals and Tools used.
    • Do physical exercise and meditation to reduce stress and stop Psychiatric Medicine
    • Eat Healthy food to reduce weight. Automate the decision.
    • Plan pre sleep relaxation ritual.
  • Web/Ebook/Mobile app with Interview prep questions.

  • Complete EC with Grammar.

  • Software that Links with Life Manual Checklists

  • Mapping Skills to Jobs, Quiz to Test Theory behind skill’s concepts, practice methods, teaching accessing. gamification.

  • Music/Audio Recognizing software.

  • NLP enabled Chart Support

  • Publish Books

  • Audio Books

  • Blogs

  • Create Tutorial Videos/Udemy etc.

  • Give Finance, Accounting etc MBA classes. Video- Check if already there.

  • Videos

  • Toptal

  • Upwork

  • Email Marketing

  • Accounting/Book keeping as Service.

  • Reduce Own Expenses. See if this can be a business.

  • Train and Deploy Chat Support People

  • Essentialism

  • Training institute for all such skills

  • Manufacturing- Low skill work
    We need digital alternatives of manufacturing

  • Let people volunteer in villages. Form an NGO if it helps.

  • Translate/Dub TED videos to Odia.

  • Business Inspirations

  • KEEP LEARNING
    Toptal should work as a fallback net.
    Read Cracking the coding interview.
    Unfolding the napkin.
    20Hr leanring book
    Prepare for SA.

    If have to change:
    Apply to good paying companies with great culture.

    38L Fixed.
    Multiple products or Service company with good culture.

    • Good engineering practice
    • Value employees
    • Good internal growth
    • Less bureaucratic
  • Notes

    Selection Sort
    Insertion Sort
    Bubble Sort
    All are O(n^2)

    Bubble sort is worst, never used in real.
    Insertion sort is better if the array is roughly sorted. Selection sort takes same time irrespective of sorted or not.

    Find elements in array by index is O(1)
    Binary search O(log2N)

    Insert/Delete operation in Ordered array search+move= O(log2n)+O(n)

    Insertion sort can be improved significantly using linked list, do not have to move the elements.

    Linked List: Node(Data, Next), Head
    Doubly Linked List: Head, Tail

    Stack: Last in Fast Out

    Merge Sort complexity O(n log2n), useful for large data sets. As the constants are hight.

    Asymptotic Notation

    1. how long the algorithm takes, in terms of the size of its input
    2. how fast a function grows with the input size

    Types

    1. big-Θ Theta notation,
    2. big-O notation,
    3. big-Ω Omega notation.

    Growth:
    Constant functions e.g 64
    Logarithmic functions e.g log8 n
    Linear functions e.g 4n
    Linearithmic functions e.g n log8 n
    Polynomial functions e.g 8n^2
    Exponential functions e.g 2^3n

    Tail Recursion, result parameter, there should be a overloaded method so user need not know the internal details. Java does not support it.
    Merge sort: merge two sorted arrays so the resulting array is also sorted. Complexity: n long2 n, constant is big. Java uses merge sort as default algo.

    Merge sort is good only if the data set is large, as the constant is high, for small data sets it’s not efficient.

    Insertion, Bubble,

    Merge, Quick, Shell

    Counting, Radix, Bucket are linear time algorithms

    Shell Sort: Inteval=Knuth Sequence Interval h=3h+1 keep reducing until that is 1, max h is < array.length. 1, 4, 13, 40, 121, 364. Complexity: O(n^7/6) to O(n^3/2)

    Counting sort: If the array is known to have 0-10, create an array of size 10 and keep the count at given index increase when an element found to be of given index, e.g if 3 is found 3 times in the main array, in the counting array [2]=3;
    Complexity: 3n+k+1. Only if the range of elements is small.

    Radix sort: Sort by radix position, e.g 1s, 10s, 100s …
    Complexity:

    Bucket Sort: Mix of Count and Radix

    Heap is a binary tree with two special properties

    1. Complete (filled from left, row is filled before going to next row)
    2. Any node is >= it’s children

    Hash Tables:

    hash functions, collision resolution with chaining and open addressing, open addressing: Linear, Quadratic, double hashing, probing

  • Think/Questions

    How to sort any other objects not just int. Use generics.https://www.linkedin.com/learning/introduction-to-data-structures-algorithms-in-java/sorting-any-type-of-object?u=2113185
    Where is attachment to videos?

    Big O notation theory?

    Can merge sort be unstable?

    Derive the big O of merge sort.

    Tail Recursion is passing the result as parameter.
    Tower of Hanoi

  • Selling shovels in gold rush.

  • Unleash Your Inner Company by John Chisholm
    STAARRS

  • Intersection areas of growing tech.

  • Scalability-Automate

    • Consequences

      • Burning palm and sole, terrible punishment sometimes immediately.
      • Next day is wasted, way more than what I gain from staying late by the traps.
      • Long term damage to brain.
      • Increased dependency on medicine.
    • According to Stanford psychologist and behavior expert, BJ Fogg, design beats willpower. Design is about how you’ve set things up.

    • In order to truly upgrade your life, you can’t just set goals, build morning routines, and begin acting differently.

    • This means that you do not contaminate recovery environments with things like cellphones. If you’re going to go to the beach to relax, don’t ruin that amazing opportunity by bringing your phone.

    • Circadian Rhythm

    • Diet- Keto, Low Carb, No Grain,

    • Yoga-Stretching

    • Resistance, Strength Training

    • Idleness, but it needs different chapter.

    • Meditation

    • Avoid all Stimulants

      • Necotine
      • RedBull
      • Coffee/Tea
      • Cold drinks
    • Sunday evneing to Monday Evening
      Thursday evening to Friday evening

      Later introduce Soft Dry fast —> Hard dry fast.

    • Manage Decision Fatigue
      Essentialism
      Don’t sweat the small stuff
      Do not jump into things, let everything go through a decision making process.(Triage, Kanban and Sprint for different personal tasks)

    • Switch Context Effectively and Completely
      May need a software like Heap/Stack and pointer in programming.

    • Some tasks takes much less time for actually doing then perceived effort. Changing debit card pin, read the instruction instead of imagining the delay.

    • In 1979, Jon Kabat-Zinn of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center founded the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program

    • Find your Rhythm, block time for undistracted
      thinking.

    • Time in Nature

    • Speed Reading

    • Appropriate content to be interested in, Tim Ferris Example.

    • I postpone reading many things assuming it will need more energy and I’m not ready now. Maybe I can assume, just focus on reading, without being worried about outcome.

    • Start with the chunks that you can do. Taking complex things will dissuade you.

      • Maintain cheatsheets and small examples.
      • Have flashcards to review in random intervals. Only if important.
    • Theories/Concepts to Understand

    • Drills/Practices to Do
      Patterns to recognise

    • Practice all drills as part of entire flow.

    • Relate to other theories I know. Cross domain.

    • All possible ways of doing. Exhaustive checklist

    • The final Checklist I follow

    • The Ideal Team Player

    • Intangible Assets

    • Flow/Attention paying makes you happier.

    • Use money from Salary

      • Rajes’s Loan repayment
      • Pinki’s marriage 10L
    • Only If made side income

      • Emergency money
      • Car
    • Simulate the use by blocking time. e.g Before buying a course allocate the hours required per week, take the free audit of course. Here you get to judge if you really have time and interest, sometime I just go by flow and buy things that I never unbox.

    • Definitely do not buy anything in midnight, mind is not active to make rational decision, unless it’s something you have pre-decided.

    • Track focused productive hours and start improving in that. This is easy to start.

    • After reaching to maximum possible time, focus on quality improvement.

    • Singing Feedback

    • Trinity Grade Feedback

    • Write New Books

    • Publish Public Domain Books

    • Publish Translations of Odia Literature, Upendra Bhanja etc.

    • A Blog on Odia Culture

    • Digitize Odia Literature

    • Sentence Block Diagram

    • Practice Music Daily and Record the video. Upload in YouTube and TikTok

    • Hire Low Cost MBAs

    • Train people and Take work from Waveapps.

    • Celebrities have Account manager, can other people have?

    • English training

    • Design course syllabuses and process for All training. Find existing institutes to run those programs as franchise.

    • Make the infrastructure accessible

    • Digitize old public domain books, scanned copy to ebook formats

    • Accounting

    • Digital marketing

    • Graphics icons, game sprite design

    • Mental Map

      Need to Do
      Should Be doing
      Want to Do

    • Do what is right use of time right now. After seeing the pending list of tasks. Otherwise I feel like all the time I have can do anything until I see the pending things.

    • Allocate time for Fun and Rest.

    • Micro Gardening if not full garden available.

    • Slacking in parks

    • What is the most effective way to get that result?

      Result matters, though people will say they care about the process, still admire the result.

    • Life Manual

    • Adapt English coach to train +2 English starting with.
      Then cover all the classes, Odisha syllabus

    • Kindle book creation and fiverr.com profile.

    • Have computer center open and accessible at low cost, preferably free.

    • Old Odia books of Upendra Bhanja etc

    • Old books from US and UK, they have written books that are still relevant today.

    • Distraction

      Is the vital?
      Does it actually matter?

    • Keep The inventory-TODO updated

    • Form Habits

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Buy only after it's proven that I have time and energy to use it. E.g music courses, bath tub\n"},{"_id":"576df8f782e1f76289000116","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19109610,"position":6,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c81","content":"Know everything that consumes attention. I discovered at lest 12 side projects running simultaneously, no wonder why nothing is making desired progress. I have to kill a few now."},{"_id":"56d9f1318d69e23ae5000125","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19189812,"position":7,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c81","content":"If unable to make minimum required dose of work. Kill projects from bottom of priority list."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c82","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053971,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Order the Goals by importance\n considering deadline for time sensitive tasks. Be careful not to neglect the critical tasks that does not have a deadline e.g staying healthy, going to gym. "},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c83","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023004,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c82","content":"Write a Mission statement. It should be embedded into character. Anything see this, should remember why this is needed. Act like guiding star."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c84","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023005,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c82","content":"Outsource whatever is not core"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c85","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023006,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c82","content":"Split the goal into small sub tasks. Automate, batch, outsource."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c86","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053860,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Appropriate sizing of the tasks. 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If you’re going to go to the beach to relax, don’t ruin that amazing opportunity by bringing your phone.\n"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c96","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023023,"position":4,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8f","content":"Tools needed to Enable"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c97","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023024,"position":5,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8f","content":"Tools to measure/Track"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c98","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053864,"position":6,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Negative Habits to Avoid"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c99","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023026,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c98","content":"List of Habits"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023027,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c98","content":"Triggers for such habits"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023028,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c98","content":"Strategy to Avoid them"},{"_id":"563308cdc297141565000142","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19245930,"position":4,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c98","content":"Note and Reflect on the pain points."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053865,"position":7,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Event based Response strategy"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023030,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9c","content":"Expect the unexpected. Black swan."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023031,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9c","content":"Thinking in Bets(Probability & Possiblity)"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023032,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c9c","content":"Plans for own behavioral, people dependency, policy change failures."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca0","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053866,"position":8,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Execution/Feedback Loop"},{"_id":"5808b20c451ac874430000ec","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19050526,"position":0.5,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca0","content":"Ray Dalio's Principles and the feedback loop."},{"_id":"5808b3f3451ac874430000ea","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19050532,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca0","content":"The Art of Zanshin in Everyday Life\nhttps://jamesclear.com/zanshin\n\nhttps://jamesclear.com/stay-focused"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca1","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053867,"position":9,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Measuring/Tracking"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023035,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca1","content":"Strategy/Rituals/Time Blocks"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023036,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca1","content":"To make things measurable. Budgeting is better than tracking."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023037,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca1","content":"Define what is important to measure for everything. Measure only what really matters. But all that matters should be measured."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca5","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023038,"position":4,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca1","content":"Time for reflection"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca6","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023039,"position":5,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca1","content":"https://medium.com/better-marketing/10-skills-to-becoming-a-millionaire-in-5-years-or-less-e16b8b20500c "},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16ca7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053869,"position":10,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Rituals\nRituals should be holistic, combining tasks from different objectives to be performed effectively and efficiently. Mostly time or event based."},{"_id":"57eff4a1afc65a3d9e000101","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088755,"position":11,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### Keep Option to Backoff/Fail"},{"_id":"57eff395afc65a3d9e000102","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19062495,"position":1,"parentId":"57eff4a1afc65a3d9e000101","content":"Always have proxy like teaching kids through some existing tutor so I have option to backoff."},{"_id":"57eff218afc65a3d9e000103","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19057162,"position":2,"parentId":"57eff4a1afc65a3d9e000101","content":"All in bet is existential"},{"_id":"57e4e418afc65a3d9e000106","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19060848,"position":3,"parentId":"57eff4a1afc65a3d9e000101","content":"Make effort to make reversible decisions."},{"_id":"579b2ffe8fd372dd1c000207","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088757,"position":12,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"###Willpower"},{"_id":"579b2ed38fd372dd1c000208","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088758,"position":1,"parentId":"579b2ffe8fd372dd1c000207","content":"* It's limited\n* At lowest when exhausted physically or mentally.(Avoid being exhausted, stop on right time)"},{"_id":"5620601ae87dc7c8fa000145","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19250198,"position":2,"parentId":"579b2ffe8fd372dd1c000207","content":"If there is some mandatory courses you do not like, then do it at the earliest, it will cause less stress. Otherwise it burns energy as long as in the Todo list."},{"_id":"579b254e8fd372dd1c000209","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19376592,"position":13,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"###Effective procrastination"},{"_id":"579b24408fd372dd1c00020a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088761,"position":1,"parentId":"579b254e8fd372dd1c000209","content":"Start working early, know the basics so brain will get time to think in background over time."},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3531","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088762,"position":14,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"### In Praise of Idleness"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3532","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961272,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3531","content":"Diffused Thinking"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3533","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961273,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3531","content":"Reduced Stress/Longer Lifespan"},{"_id":"579b1e728fd372dd1c00020b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088763,"position":15,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"###Focus"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19193425,"position":16,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"###In praise of Rituals/Checklist"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961269,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352e","content":"Ritual to overcome Willpower Lapses"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3530","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961270,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352e","content":"Reading Habit"},{"_id":"56d2c0273e669e7f66000126","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19193426,"position":3,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352e","content":"Checklist Manifesto"},{"_id":"56c6ae44b5473c5fda000128","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19199838,"position":17,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c80","content":"###Think ahead of time and plan for events\ne.g Project will stop what to expect, how the transition should happen?"},{"_id":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19054102,"position":2.125,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"## Major Life Skills/Objectives"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19056079,"position":1,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Health"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3528","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053913,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Sleeping"},{"_id":"562db751e87dc7c8fa000143","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19247131,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3528","content":"Circadian Rhythm"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053914,"position":2.25,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Eat"},{"_id":"58058f4f451ac874430000fb","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053924,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352a","content":"Diet- Keto, Low Carb, No Grain,"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053915,"position":2.375,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Exercise"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c2f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19054129,"position":0.75,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352b","content":"Yoga-Stretching"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c30","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19054131,"position":0.875,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352b","content":"Resistance, Strength Training"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3526","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053916,"position":2.5,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Stress Management- Chemical, Physical and Emotional"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3527","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961765,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3526","content":"Idleness, but it needs different chapter."},{"_id":"5cc9b6eb613cf8066200005e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":18122201,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3526","content":"Meditation"},{"_id":"5cc9b2cd613cf80662000060","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053929,"position":3,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3526","content":"### Avoid all Stimulants\n* Necotine\n* RedBull\n* Coffee/Tea\n* Cold drinks "},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3529","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053917,"position":3,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Intermittent Fasting"},{"_id":"5cc9b5fb613cf8066200005f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":18122203,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3529","content":"Sunday evneing to Monday Evening \nThursday evening to Friday evening\n\nLater introduce Soft Dry fast --> Hard dry fast."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c21","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053918,"position":4,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Mental Sanity"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c22","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022946,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c21","content":"Manage Decision Fatigue\nEssentialism \nDon't sweat the small stuff\nDo not jump into things, let everything go through a decision making process.(Triage, Kanban and Sprint for different personal tasks)"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c23","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053932,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c22","content":"### Mental Map\n\nNeed to Do\nShould Be doing\nWant to Do"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c24","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022948,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c23","content":"### Distraction\nIs the vital?\nDoes it actually matter?"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c25","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022949,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c23","content":"Keep The inventory-TODO updated"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c26","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022950,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c23","content":"Form Habits"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c27","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022951,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c22","content":"Do what is right use of time right now. After seeing the pending list of tasks. Otherwise I feel like all the time I have can do anything until I see the pending things."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c28","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022952,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c22","content":"Allocate time for Fun and Rest."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c29","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022953,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c21","content":"Switch Context Effectively and Completely\nMay need a software like Heap/Stack and pointer in programming."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c2a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022954,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c21","content":"Some tasks takes much less time for actually doing then perceived effort. Changing debit card pin, read the instruction instead of imagining the delay."},{"_id":"5840cd55539c6f24280000d3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19025977,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c21","content":"In 1979, Jon Kabat-Zinn of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center founded the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program"},{"_id":"5840cb35539c6f24280000d4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19025978,"position":5,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c21","content":"Find your Rhythm, block time for undistracted \nthinking. "},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c34","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19054114,"position":4.5,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3525","content":"### Vacation"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c35","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022965,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c34","content":"Time in Nature"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c36","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022966,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c35","content":"Micro Gardening if not full garden available."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c37","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022967,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c35","content":"Slacking in parks"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053872,"position":2,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Execution/Project Management"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3543","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961289,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","content":"4 Hour Work week: Batching, Outsourcing"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3544","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961290,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","content":"One task at a time"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3545","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961291,"position":3,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","content":"TDD like steps: Each step should give some feedback"},{"_id":"588ff660d0a4a4753b00006f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19001089,"position":4,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","content":"Beginner’s Mind is the key behind the phenomenon of\nBeginner’s Luck: a person doing something for the first\ntime often does it much better than he does after he’s\npracticed for a while\nSkills vs Competency.\n\nhttp://csis.pace.edu/~grossman/dcs/XR4-PromiscuousPairing.pdf"},{"_id":"57ff6402451ac874430000fe","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19193423,"position":5,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","content":"Checklists"},{"_id":"545aecc40001bee4f4000156","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19525797,"position":6,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3542","content":"Narrative planning and making it accessible to everyone involved. Radically open mindedness."},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3541","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053874,"position":3,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Hard Thing about Hard Things vs How to Win friends and influence People"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3546","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053875,"position":4,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Define criteria for Success, Failure and to Kill the project."},{"_id":"580580ca451ac874430000fc","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052527,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3546","content":"Sunk cost bias like fallacies "},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053877,"position":5.25,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Learning"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c39","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022969,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"Reading"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022970,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c39","content":"Speed Reading"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022971,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c39","content":"Appropriate content to be interested in, Tim Ferris Example."},{"_id":"57a56506f3e2e0410a000114","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19084803,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c39","content":"I postpone reading many things assuming it will need more energy and I'm not ready now. Maybe I can assume, just focus on reading, without being worried about outcome."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022972,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"## References\n20hour rule\nSpaced Repetition and rest\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlU-zDU6aQ0\nhttps://www.cocc.edu/teaching-commons/files/learninghowtolearn_kendacaligure_20150213.pdf\nhttps://betterexplained.com/articles/adept-method/\n"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022973,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"Keep the curiosity sustained"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022974,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3d","content":"Start with the chunks that you can do. Taking complex things will dissuade you."},{"_id":"5805b8d5451ac874430000f9","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052464,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"Strategy to come back after a long gap."},{"_id":"5805b79c451ac874430000fa","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052465,"position":1,"parentId":"5805b8d5451ac874430000f9","content":"* Maintain cheatsheets and small examples.\n* Have flashcards to review in random intervals. Only if important."},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3540","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052533,"position":5,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"Gamification"},{"_id":"56c625fe720945ee2e00012c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19199940,"position":6,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"Taking notes and spaced revision. \nRyan Holiday's book cards.\n\nNote as Tags/small phrases.\nNote questions/topics to think up on."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19228163,"position":7,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c38","content":"### Skills needed\n##### conceptual understanding, procedural skills and fluency, and application"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c88","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023009,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","content":"Theories/Concepts to Understand"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c89","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023010,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c88","content":"What is the most effective way to get that result?\n\nResult matters, though people will say they care about the process, still admire the result."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023011,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","content":"Drills/Practices to Do\nPatterns to recognise"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023012,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","content":"Practice all drills as part of entire flow."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023013,"position":4,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","content":"Relate to other theories I know. Cross domain."},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023014,"position":5,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","content":"All possible ways of doing. Exhaustive checklist"},{"_id":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c8e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023015,"position":6,"parentId":"5d921555981f9e0467f16c87","content":"The final Checklist I follow"},{"_id":"58057f27451ac874430000fd","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053879,"position":5.5,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Coaching"},{"_id":"56804457695fdccf1e00013c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223997,"position":1,"parentId":"58057f27451ac874430000fd","content":"###Adult Learning\nhttps://www.linkedin.com/learning/instructional-design-adult-learners/what-to-know-before-watching-this-course?u=2113185\n\nLess cluttered and more focused.\nDo not show so much information at a time. Should be read at a glance.\n\nAndragogy\n1. Why? Purpose of learning.\n2. Prior experience as base.\n3. Control\n4. Work on a immediate problem.\n5. Problem oriented.\n6. Intrinsic Motivation\n\n####Cognitive\n* Repeat\n* Chunking\n* Ref cards\n\n\n####Behaviorist\n* Event based actions. e.g When need to do something.\n\n####Constructive\nWorks on Intuition\n * Own experience\n * Reflection\n\n###Learning Curve\nUnconscious Incompetent\nConscious Incompetent\nConscious Competent\nUnconscious Competent\n\nActive vs Passive learning.\n* Challenge\n* Validation \n* Feedback\n\n### Learning Modalities\n* Visual\n* Auditory\n* Kinesthetic \n\n###Create Activities\nWhat is the desired learning outcome? \n\n\n70:20:10 Informal, manager/own experience, formal training\n\nRe enforced by community.\n\n\nPedagogy\n\nAdults need to be actively engaged."},{"_id":"5676a0c3720945ee2e000140","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19232090,"position":2,"parentId":"58057f27451ac874430000fd","content":"On Time, Inclusive, Engaging, Safe to fail, anonymous questions, Practice, Experience\n\nBe Confident and calm When unplanned work comes up.\n###Workshop Facilitation\nWhat output is expected and the activities to do that.\n1. Specific goal\n2. Moving as a group through the shared process\n3. Environment where each person can participate\n\nBe flexible!\n\nShould be broad, and self directed. Contextualized. Why being taught? \n\nAttach to life events/cycle of transformation\n\nHelp people to connect to their goals.\n\n###5 Best practices\n1. Why? What's the outcome expected.\n2. Environment where all people connect and contribute. Co-create something.\n3. Environment: Safe to take risk, make mistake, vulnerable.\n4. Chunks of 40min max at a time.\n * Discussion\n * Free write\n * practice \n5. Build new habits- Let them do. What is that new habit. Practice in group.\n\nWhat are the three primary components of transformative learning?\npsychological, convictional, behavioral\n\n###Learning plan\n1. What is the order of activities? \n2. What processing activities will work? Problem first or the solution? It depends on context.\n3. Timing- \n * Washroom 90-100min\n * Processing activities like let people have break.\n4. Be flexible and understand your participants. Content may change. Know your audience.\n * Group size? based on total no\n * Age and experience? What they can do?\n * Shared experience? Lingo/Jargons? Existing alliance or conflicts? STEM people need data first.\n * Is energy going down?\n\n###Characteristics \n1. Ask questions to relate new content to their previous experience.\n2. Pick example from common experience.\n3. Discuss vs Deep thinking vs Hands on? Give options\n4. Create environment to be vulnerable? Sometimes can gather questions anonymously.\n5. Do real rehearsal, practice. Pilot, be open to feedback.\n6. Break to small and simpler tasks.\n7. 40-50 repetition to build habit. Let it be part for your workshop.\n8. Logistics: People's holiday, convenient time, amenities. Tech, A/V needs.\n9. Advertise the workshop. Get enrolled, put in calendar, directions, parking, things to bring etc. Give multiple weeks and many opportunities to enroll.\n10. Prepare for natural calamities.\n11. Follow up, extended learning.\n\n###Ground Rules to make the environment safe\n1. Ask the group for the rules. Ensure it's complete.\n2. Remind when violated.\n3. Inclusion: Make connection better, more personal: super power, tough time, childhood memory. Encourage risk.\n4. Emergency Evacuation.\n5. Magic wand: What would you do if no restrictions.\n6. What's next? Follow up reading/Action plan.\n\nBooks:Wired to grow, \n\n"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053878,"position":6,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Team/People Management"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961283,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353c","content":"The Ideal Team Player"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961284,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353c","content":"Team Geek"},{"_id":"5613cd07e87dc7c8fa000148","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19255967,"position":3,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353c","content":"Set proper expectation. Show how to do things, trainings as required. Balance micromanagement and freedom."},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052517,"position":7,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Leadership/Business Management"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3538","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961278,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"HBR Manager's Handbook: The 17 Skills Leaders Need to Stand "},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3539","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961279,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"Vision/Risk Entrepreneurship"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961280,"position":3,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"Negotiation"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e353b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961281,"position":4,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"Bottom of the Pyramid"},{"_id":"5683fef3720945ee2e000134","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223218,"position":5,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"Give sincere feedback. Even if trivial positive things."},{"_id":"56838c3f720945ee2e000137","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223250,"position":6,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"Be authentic, vulnerable, transparent do not pretend to know all the answers."},{"_id":"55effcac978b2a1e3d00014b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19339310,"position":8,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"### Servant leadership\nYour people are your number one customer.\nMake a difference from where you are, be generous with people.\nLoving relationships. Making significant impact on people's life.\n### Habits:\nStart the day with vision and end your day with Thoughtful reflection, enter your day slowly, how do I behave? Read your own obituary, what Do I want to be remembered for? Read your values before starting your day.\n\n### Performance Management:\n1. Planning: Set expectations.\n2. Coaching: Day to day coaching.\n3. Evaluation: Continuous evaluation, enforced in regular intervals. At the end of year all gets an \"A\".\n\n### Culture, built intentionally \n1. Clear Vision\n2. Clear values\n3. Clear internal goals for everyone\n4. Focus on people: Make them happy"},{"_id":"5593da80f71b22156e000150","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19339853,"position":9,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"### Facilitating Leader\n\n\nWhen all people are clear on goals. Let them lead the process of solving. So you facilitate.\n\n#### 6 Skills\n1. Emotional intelligence\n2. Connecting dots\n3. Active listening\n4. Powerful questions: Let people feel safe to fail.\n * Open ended question\n * Genuine curiosity\n * Short and simple\n * Explicit, direct. Start with what or how? Why makes people defensive?\n5. Engaging conflict. Let your inquiry be grounded with goals, be compassionate. LEND: Listen, Express, Negotiate and Align, Do.\n6. Flexibility\n\n#### Survey at the end of Meeting\n\n1. Did you feel confident that I had awareness of my thoughts and actions?\n2. Did you feel confident that I was aware of you and your needs individually?\n2. Did you feel confident that I was aware and engaged with the group dynamics? \n3. Did you feel confident that I was aware of any environmental factors that may have influenced the group?\n\n\nSummarize to improve clarity for the team and yourself. Just synthesize and do not give your opinion.\n\n#### Do Not\n\nDis-empower.\n\n#### How to empower people?\nProvide clarity and ownership\n1. What are you asking them to do and by when?\n2. What does great look like? \n3. How does it contribute to your business?\n4. How should this person engage with you to receive feedback?\n5. What questions do they have?"},{"_id":"55925cfef71b22156e000151","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19431334,"position":10,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"### Leading through Relationships\nGive people what they want. Sincere positive feedback.\n1. Discover employee's interest, remember and act on it, e.g sending link to a blog post.\n2. Do you have the mental stimulus you need?\n3. Diverse thinkers, fail safe environment.\n4. Make recognition part of your routine.\n5. What kind of work you enjoy doing? What kind of environment? Timing?\n6. Sense and culture of trust. Why it's important how they fit into the larger goal.\n7. Ask for feedback. Make people feel like an insider.\n8. When you feel motivated? When you feel frustrated?\n9. Cut conflict at root, make it teachable, early and often.\n10. Remember important things in their life.\n11. Support to people even when you have nothing to gain.\n12. Rotate roles, cross training."},{"_id":"55018ac0d98346310c000153","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19444305,"position":11,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"### Leading with Emotional Intelligence\n\nPlay at least once a week.\nRecognize, if your Amygdala is hijacked, panic, heart rate etc. Calm down, breath.. journaling, move.\n\nThink beyond the current moment. Do we have required privacy? Sharing something just because asked? Responding before understanding the question?\n\nWhat are your emotional triggers?\nBlaming, sarcasm is emotionally less intelligent, it means you are afraid and feeling your life is at threat. It is fight reaction.\n\nHow to manage it? Fire drill, have thoughtful plans and practice them. Observer stance.\n\nMeditate!!!\n\nAdd play into your life."},{"_id":"54f5468cd98346310c000155","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19446843,"position":12,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3537","content":"### Conflict Management\nConflict is normal as people come with unique experiences. Notice your default reaction to conflict.\n\nFact, no personal judgments, Respectful tone\n\n#### Questions to confirm if healthy conflicts\n1. Is this conflict helping the team explore different perspectives, so ultimately the team can make better decisions? \n2. Is this conflict helping the team move forward toward their goals? \n3. Is this conflict helping to build productive work relationships that actually enhance trust? In general when the answer to these questions are yes, you have conflict that's healthy,"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3534","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052519,"position":8,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Basics of Finance/Investment"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3535","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961275,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3534","content":"Living By own means"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3536","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961276,"position":2,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3534","content":"Economics Engine"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c45","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052521,"position":10,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Sustainability"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c46","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022982,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c45","content":"## Leadership\nCompetence, Charisma, Empathy. They HBR book, Manager's Handbook"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c47","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022983,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c46","content":"The Ideal Team Player"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c48","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022984,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c45","content":"Fortune at bottom of the pyramid"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c49","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022985,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c48","content":"Intangible Assets"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c4a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022986,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c45","content":"Improve Agri productivity in Odisha"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c4b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022987,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c45","content":"Decide what project to do and scope. MVP model."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19199831,"position":11,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Thinking/Problem solving"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c40","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022976,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"## Thinking in Bets/Probability\n\nHaving respect for other viewpoints\nNot being intellectually overconfident\nSeparating one’s ego from one’s intellect\nWillingness to revise one’s own viewpoint\nMental Blind spots like Selective Focus"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c41","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022977,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"Leaps of reason:\n\nUse computer modeling to visualize the entire flow or steps involved in a product/service that gives an opportunity to see roadblocks. Do a trade off always, if the task takes less time than the model, then do the task. Learn how to model spreading of viruses, policy decisions etc."},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c43","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022979,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"Design Thinking"},{"_id":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c44","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022980,"position":5,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"Thinking fast and slow, Black swans series."},{"_id":"57a5a694f3e2e0410a000113","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19084787,"position":6,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"https://mentalmodelclub.com/junk-learning-billionaire-mind.html"},{"_id":"56c6b79ab5473c5fda000127","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19199832,"position":7,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"Draw on paper, that's illuminating. The problem of grids where first and last point are connected by a line, how many dots it will touch. I could not solve but after drawing it was visible."},{"_id":"55f295c1ac420d7b78000156","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19268419,"position":8,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"###Critical thinking\n\n1. Validate assumptions\n2. Think rationally/logically.\n3. Diversify thinking group."},{"_id":"55b9e2afafa5240a0200014f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19301274,"position":9,"parentId":"5d9214ae981f9e0467f16c3f","content":"### Systems Thinking- Sounds similar to Principles\nVUCA: volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous\nLAMO: refers to our tendency for our thinking to be linear, anthropocentric, mechanistic, and ordered.\n\nThe four elements of systems thinking are(DSRP): \n1. Distinguish ideas from other ideas (Distinctions), \n2. Organize ideas into systems(Systems)\n3. Relate ideas to one another, and (Relationships)\n4. Look at ideas from many perspectives.(Perspectives)\n\nMental Model=Information+Thinking\n\nDo you react before thinking? Challenge the way you think.\nLook for patterns. Is it one of event or recurring?\n\nHow things work vs how we think is working?\n\nObserve the real world.\nAlign your thinking. Feedback loop.\n\nThe top three things systems thinkers do?\n1. Be aware of your mental models. \n2. Seek out feedback on how well you're doing. \n3. And evolve your mental models to better fit reality.\n\n \n\nVisual mapping is important.\n\nCORTEX Man image"},{"_id":"58081c2f451ac874430000ee","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053880,"position":13,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Creativity"},{"_id":"58081ba4451ac874430000ef","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19050810,"position":1,"parentId":"58081c2f451ac874430000ee","content":"Attention craving makes you less creative, Attention seeing is as addictive as other drugs https://www.ted.com/talks/joseph_gordon_levitt_how_craving_attention_makes_you_less_creative"},{"_id":"58080538451ac874430000f2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19050813,"position":1,"parentId":"58081ba4451ac874430000ef","content":"Flow/Attention paying makes you happier."},{"_id":"58080f5c451ac874430000f0","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19050807,"position":2,"parentId":"58081c2f451ac874430000ee","content":"You have 2 roles one is that creates, sensitive, emotional the other is rational which deals with the feedback, and protects the creator. From both negative and overwhelmed by success."},{"_id":"5d921739981f9e0467f16cdf","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053881,"position":15,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"### Personal Finance"},{"_id":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce0","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023071,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921739981f9e0467f16cdf","content":"Definitely needed"},{"_id":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce1","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023072,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce0","content":"**Use money from Salary**\n* Rajes's Loan repayment\n* Pinki's marriage 10L\n"},{"_id":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023073,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce0","content":""},{"_id":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023074,"position":2,"parentId":"5d921739981f9e0467f16cdf","content":"Nice to Have"},{"_id":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023075,"position":1,"parentId":"5d921739981f9e0467f16ce3","content":"**Only If made side income**\n\n* Emergency money\n* Car"},{"_id":"5805fe32451ac874430000f3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19052542,"position":3,"parentId":"5d921739981f9e0467f16cdf","content":"Stop Mindless spending"},{"_id":"5805fda7451ac874430000f4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19051974,"position":1,"parentId":"5805fe32451ac874430000f3","content":"Simulate the use by blocking time. e.g Before buying a course allocate the hours required per week, take the free audit of course. Here you get to judge if you really have time and interest, sometime I just go by flow and buy things that I never unbox."},{"_id":"5805f69e451ac874430000f5","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19051979,"position":2,"parentId":"5805fe32451ac874430000f3","content":"Definitely do not buy anything in midnight, mind is not active to make rational decision, unless it's something you have pre-decided."},{"_id":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19069799,"position":15.5,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"###Stick to Plans\n\nWant to sleep on time, go to Gym"},{"_id":"562066f8e87dc7c8fa000144","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19250191,"position":0.125,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"Make the decisions default. No obstruction e.g items at eye level are sold more."},{"_id":"566eff8cb3e936f73a00013f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19229382,"position":0.25,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"Read the plans, habits, routines daily like checklist. Goals could be out of reach but not out of sight."},{"_id":"5670e53a720945ee2e000141","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19228799,"position":0.5,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"Make a routine and definitely do. Do not depend on willpower."},{"_id":"5680cb32695fdccf1e000139","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223713,"position":1,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"Break down to doable small tasks."},{"_id":"5680c9da695fdccf1e00013a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19227712,"position":2,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"1% improvement daily. Eliminate one bad habit or Improve one good habit daily."},{"_id":"566efda5b3e936f73a000140","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19229384,"position":1,"parentId":"5680c9da695fdccf1e00013a","content":"Track focused productive hours and start improving in that. This is easy to start."},{"_id":"566efc19b3e936f73a000141","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19229385,"position":2,"parentId":"5680c9da695fdccf1e00013a","content":"After reaching to maximum possible time, focus on quality improvement. "},{"_id":"5680c967695fdccf1e00013b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223715,"position":3,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"Kaizen"},{"_id":"555d26e4f71b22156e000153","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19376569,"position":4,"parentId":"57c8a95d12d0ec37470000ff","content":"My work ethics looks bad, e.g now it's end of project and the setup is not working, as we have to work without internet in the age of Gigafiber. I'm not motivated to work, all people are similar, but I'm worse than all. "},{"_id":"57c8a63712d0ec3747000100","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19069803,"position":17,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"###Sales/Marketing"},{"_id":"5704fd21e234774ea0000122","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19176127,"position":18,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"###Feedback Exchange"},{"_id":"5704f9f3e234774ea0000123","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19176130,"position":1,"parentId":"5704fd21e234774ea0000122","content":"Observer the nonverbal feedback. Are they avoiding you? Delaying response? Uncomfortable talking to you?"},{"_id":"5704f795e234774ea0000124","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19176134,"position":2,"parentId":"5704fd21e234774ea0000122","content":"Tone of feedback. Supportive, informal, informative, facts/examples and approachable."},{"_id":"57009010677f231e82000124","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19177146,"position":19,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"###Story telling\nClearly explains and grabs attention"},{"_id":"56140f3de87dc7c8fa000146","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19255724,"position":20,"parentId":"584b3725d7b7bc50560001fa","content":"###Community"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cb9","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19026040,"position":5.5,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"## Short term Goal"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cba","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053882,"position":1,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cb9","content":"### Technology"},{"_id":"56140ee1e87dc7c8fa000147","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19536353,"position":0.5,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cba","content":"Stress and Isolation together causes cancer, 9 times likely. Each one individually has no impact"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbb","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023053,"position":1,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cba","content":"* TDD, BDD, Mutation Testing\n* SA focused PDP in grow portal\n* Angular, Testing Java Script code\n* Query Optimization. Internals of SQL\n* Architecture Discovery and **Solution Architect** Preparation\n* Algorithm Enough to Pass Toptal test, use hackerrank, project euler\n* Basic probability, statistics, calculus; enough to understand their usage in Economics and Machine Learning\n* Machine learning"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbd","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053883,"position":2,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cb9","content":"### Leadership/Execution"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbe","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023056,"position":1,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbd","content":"* Focus on specific work. Essentialism,Monotasking, Batching and Automating.\n* Agile-Scrum/Kanban\n* Team Player- Humble, Hungry, and People Smart\n* HBR 17 attributes of an Manager\n* Team Geek- Mission, Clarity, enforcing the values in team."},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbf","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053884,"position":3,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cb9","content":"### High Impact Business"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cc0","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023058,"position":1,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbf","content":"**Software**\n* Release English Coach with Grammars\n* Recruit Student leaders for rural health project\n* Gamification of English coach -> Add all other skills required -> predict what each individual can do -> Train them in their strength areas -> Suggest jobs -> Monetize from employers/Run Business as a service.\n* Skill to job mapping -> measure the skills\n* OCR/NLP for Employment news entry.\n* Rural health/Medical Infra project.\n* Apps to train Trinity Music grade.\n* Dashboard to show today's expense, Overall Debt, future needs etc. Key health parameters\n\n**Gaming**\nDesign and release a Game in July.\n"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cc1","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023059,"position":2,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbf","content":"**Books**\n* Preparing for interview in India, Salary Negotiation, What information to expose. Questions.\n* Release book of the pook in Kindle store for less money- Explore what is copyright liabilities if release with different title.\n* A manual for me to be effective, process, rituals and Tools used."},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cc2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023060,"position":3,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cbf","content":"### Agri\n\nhttps://angrau.ac.in/angrau/historical.php?content=mission"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cc3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053886,"position":4,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cb9","content":"### Health"},{"_id":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cc4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19023062,"position":1,"parentId":"5d92164d981f9e0467f16cc3","content":"* Do physical exercise and meditation to reduce stress and stop Psychiatric Medicine\n* Eat Healthy food to reduce weight. Automate the decision.\n* Plan pre sleep relaxation ritual."},{"_id":"584b3aced7b7bc50560001f8","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19567966,"position":8.25,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"## Passive Income"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053889,"position":1,"parentId":"584b3aced7b7bc50560001f8","content":"### Create Software"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16998","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053906,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","content":"Web/Ebook/Mobile app with Interview prep questions."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16999","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022877,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","content":"Complete EC with Grammar."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022878,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","content":"Software that Links with Life Manual Checklists"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022879,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","content":"Mapping Skills to Jobs, Quiz to Test Theory behind skill's concepts, practice methods, teaching accessing. gamification."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022880,"position":5,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","content":"Music/Audio Recognizing software."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022881,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699c","content":"Singing Feedback"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022882,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699c","content":"Trinity Grade Feedback"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022883,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f1699e","content":"http://clam-project.org/wiki/Chordata_tutorial"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a0","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022884,"position":6,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f16997","content":"NLP enabled Chart Support"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053890,"position":2,"parentId":"584b3aced7b7bc50560001f8","content":"### Create Content"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022886,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","content":"Publish Books"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022887,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a2","content":"Write New Books"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022888,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a3","content":"Life Manual"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a5","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022889,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a2","content":"Publish Public Domain Books"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a6","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022890,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a5","content":"A mathematician's Apology https://law.duke.edu/cspd/publicdomainday/2010/pre-1976/"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022891,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a5","content":"The book from Pook"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a8","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022892,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a2","content":"Publish Translations of Odia Literature, Upendra Bhanja etc."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a9","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022894,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","content":"Audio Books"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169aa","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022895,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a9","content":"https://www.acx.com/ \nhttps://www.createspace.com/\nhttps://kdp.amazon.com/en_US/"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ab","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022896,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a9","content":"Hire someone to Read Public Domain books"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ac","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022897,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a9","content":"Publish Audio version of A Mathematician's Apology https://www.math.ualberta.ca/mss/misc/A%20Mathematician%27s%20Apology.pdf"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ad","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19088222,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","content":"Blogs"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ae","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022899,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ad","content":"A Blog on Odia Culture"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169af","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022900,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ad","content":"Digitize Odia Literature"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b0","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022901,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","content":"Create Tutorial Videos/Udemy etc."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b1","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022902,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b0","content":"Sentence Block Diagram"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022903,"position":5,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","content":"Give Finance, Accounting etc MBA classes. Video- Check if already there."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022904,"position":6,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169a1","content":"Videos"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022905,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b3","content":"Practice Music Daily and Record the video. Upload in YouTube and TikTok"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b5","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053891,"position":3,"parentId":"584b3aced7b7bc50560001f8","content":"### Consulting"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b6","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022907,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b5","content":"Toptal"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022908,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b5","content":"Upwork"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b8","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053892,"position":4,"parentId":"584b3aced7b7bc50560001f8","content":"### Productized Services"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b9","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022910,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b8","content":"Email Marketing"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ba","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022911,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b8","content":"Accounting/Book keeping as Service."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169bb","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022912,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ba","content":"Hire Low Cost MBAs\n"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169bc","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022913,"position":2,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169ba","content":"Train people and Take work from Waveapps. "},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169bd","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022914,"position":3,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b8","content":"Reduce Own Expenses. See if this can be a business."},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169be","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022915,"position":1,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169bd","content":"Celebrities have Account manager, can other people have?"},{"_id":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169bf","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19022916,"position":4,"parentId":"5d9213b0981f9e0467f169b8","content":"Train and Deploy Chat Support People"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053894,"position":5,"parentId":"584b3aced7b7bc50560001f8","content":"### Strategy/Design"},{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":17961267,"position":1,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e352c","content":"Essentialism"},{"_id":"582fef999e36d7966d0000d5","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053896,"position":11,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"## Run a remote only company"},{"_id":"582feeb59e36d7966d0000d6","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19053899,"position":1,"parentId":"582fef999e36d7966d0000d5","content":"https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values/"},{"_id":"582fee8c9e36d7966d0000d7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19032212,"position":2,"parentId":"582fef999e36d7966d0000d5","content":"https://www.recurse.com/code-of-conduct"},{"_id":"582fed489e36d7966d0000d8","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19032213,"position":3,"parentId":"582fef999e36d7966d0000d5","content":"https://zapier.com/learn/remote-work/"},{"_id":"58277c2a7d4d5f7a8e0000d9","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035063,"position":4,"parentId":"582fef999e36d7966d0000d5","content":"Businesses in Village"},{"_id":"58276bab7d4d5f7a8e0000e7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035717,"position":2,"parentId":"58277c2a7d4d5f7a8e0000d9","content":"Training institute for all such skills"},{"_id":"582763057d4d5f7a8e0000e9","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035134,"position":1,"parentId":"58276bab7d4d5f7a8e0000e7","content":"English training"},{"_id":"5808a168451ac874430000ed","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19050570,"position":1,"parentId":"582763057d4d5f7a8e0000e9","content":"Adapt English coach to train +2 English starting with.\nThen cover all the classes, Odisha syllabus"},{"_id":"5826ce0d1364ff061e0000e4","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035722,"position":2,"parentId":"58276bab7d4d5f7a8e0000e7","content":"Design course syllabuses and process for All training. Find existing institutes to run those programs as franchise."},{"_id":"580bca8adc768b7e770000e7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19049362,"position":1,"parentId":"5826ce0d1364ff061e0000e4","content":"Kindle book creation and fiverr.com profile."},{"_id":"5826ca561364ff061e0000e6","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035723,"position":3,"parentId":"58276bab7d4d5f7a8e0000e7","content":"Make the infrastructure accessible"},{"_id":"5826c9cb1364ff061e0000e7","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035724,"position":1,"parentId":"5826ca561364ff061e0000e6","content":"Have computer center open and accessible at low cost, preferably free."},{"_id":"58277b887d4d5f7a8e0000da","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19555421,"position":2.5,"parentId":"58277c2a7d4d5f7a8e0000d9","content":"Manufacturing- Low skill work\nWe need digital alternatives of manufacturing"},{"_id":"582779ef7d4d5f7a8e0000dc","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19474029,"position":1,"parentId":"58277b887d4d5f7a8e0000da","content":"Digitize old public domain books, scanned copy to ebook formats"},{"_id":"582778037d4d5f7a8e0000de","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035070,"position":1,"parentId":"582779ef7d4d5f7a8e0000dc","content":"Old Odia books of Upendra Bhanja etc"},{"_id":"5827772f7d4d5f7a8e0000df","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035076,"position":2,"parentId":"582779ef7d4d5f7a8e0000dc","content":"Old books from US and UK, they have written books that are still relevant today."},{"_id":"582774887d4d5f7a8e0000e2","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035096,"position":2,"parentId":"58277b887d4d5f7a8e0000da","content":"Accounting"},{"_id":"582773a47d4d5f7a8e0000e3","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035097,"position":3,"parentId":"58277b887d4d5f7a8e0000da","content":"Digital marketing"},{"_id":"582772a67d4d5f7a8e0000e6","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035100,"position":4,"parentId":"58277b887d4d5f7a8e0000da","content":"Graphics icons, game sprite design"},{"_id":"582768c97d4d5f7a8e0000e8","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19035719,"position":3,"parentId":"58277c2a7d4d5f7a8e0000d9","content":"Let people volunteer in villages. Form an NGO if it helps."},{"_id":"579eba938fd372dd1c000109","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19087955,"position":4,"parentId":"58277c2a7d4d5f7a8e0000d9","content":"Translate/Dub TED videos to Odia."},{"_id":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19136527,"position":5,"parentId":"58277c2a7d4d5f7a8e0000d9","content":"Business Inspirations"},{"_id":"5743cb1f7aa2cb6d7c00011c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19136529,"position":1,"parentId":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","content":"https://www.santanagrp.com/ Integrated Human Capital"},{"_id":"5743be6d7aa2cb6d7c00011e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19136538,"position":2,"parentId":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","content":"Chobani https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1zHxr86CqdHvMS30vqkTt4HQ6hA3dqyvG"},{"_id":"5743a0967aa2cb6d7c00011f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19136600,"position":3,"parentId":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","content":"https://imhealthscience.com/ Medical Foods"},{"_id":"574399a67aa2cb6d7c000120","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19139467,"position":4,"parentId":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","content":"https://digitalmediasolutions.com/ Digital Marketing\nhttps://oddduckmedia.com/digital-marketing-rural-areas/"},{"_id":"574350cc7aa2cb6d7c000121","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19136665,"position":5,"parentId":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","content":"https://first.media/about-us Can make for SOLE YA"},{"_id":"574317837aa2cb6d7c000122","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19136738,"position":6,"parentId":"5743cbbc7aa2cb6d7c00011b","content":"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_Guardian"},{"_id":"56836356720945ee2e000138","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223310,"position":5,"parentId":"582fef999e36d7966d0000d5","content":"https://hbr.org/2013/05/creating-the-best-workplace-on-earth\n\nit’s a company where \n1. individual differences are nurtured; \n2. information is not suppressed or spun; \n3. the company adds value to employees, \n4. rather than merely extracting it from them; \n5. the organization stands for something meaningful; \n6. the work itself is intrinsically rewarding; and there are no stupid rules.\n\n“I want to work in an organization where I can really feel where the company comes from and what it stands for so that I can live the brand.”"},{"_id":"579ad5428fd372dd1c00020d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19257651,"position":11.25,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"##Checklists"},{"_id":"579ad3d28fd372dd1c00020e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19104460,"position":3,"parentId":"579ad5428fd372dd1c00020d","content":"### Development\nhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1B_GbkJQHZz6ba0-wzbj0lwruEqhbTI8ocrSltqv1cLk/edit#heading=h.imhjhrixpuo3 Kisor's workflow"},{"_id":"579ad3088fd372dd1c00020f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19104459,"position":4,"parentId":"579ad5428fd372dd1c00020d","content":"###Code Review\n\nhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1k4HiCcBWsxY33P8lMpS41O9NwF10MHSMD_Zmab6f8Nc/edit Clean Code Notes"},{"_id":"56c6ac60b5473c5fda000129","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19257648,"position":11.5,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"##Event Responses"},{"_id":"56c6abe6b5473c5fda00012a","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19199842,"position":1,"parentId":"56c6ac60b5473c5fda000129","content":"###After DMT"},{"_id":"56c64470b5473c5fda00012b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19452947,"position":1,"parentId":"56c6abe6b5473c5fda00012a","content":"KEEP LEARNING\nToptal should work as a fallback net.\nRead Cracking the coding interview.\nUnfolding the napkin.\n20Hr leanring book\nPrepare for SA.\n\nIf have to change:\nApply to good paying companies with great culture.\n\n38L Fixed.\nMultiple products or Service company with good culture.\n* Good engineering practice \n* Value employees\n* Good internal growth\n* Less bureaucratic "},{"_id":"56c60715720945ee2e00012d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19257649,"position":11.75,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"##Notes"},{"_id":"56c606a8720945ee2e00012e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19200780,"position":1,"parentId":"56c60715720945ee2e00012d","content":"### DS & Algo"},{"_id":"56c5f1ba720945ee2e00012f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19754426,"position":1,"parentId":"56c606a8720945ee2e00012e","content":"###Notes\nSelection Sort\nInsertion Sort\nBubble Sort \nAll are O(n^2)\n\nBubble sort is worst, never used in real.\nInsertion sort is better if the array is roughly sorted. Selection sort takes same time irrespective of sorted or not.\n\nFind elements in array by index is O(1)\nBinary search O(log2N)\n\nInsert/Delete operation in Ordered array search+move= O(log2n)+O(n)\n\nInsertion sort can be improved significantly using linked list, do not have to move the elements.\n\nLinked List: Node(Data, Next), Head\nDoubly Linked List: Head, Tail\n\nStack: Last in Fast Out\n\nMerge Sort complexity O(n log2n), useful for large data sets. As the constants are hight.\n\n### Asymptotic Notation\n\n1. how long the algorithm takes, in terms of the size of its input\n2. how fast a function grows with the input size\n\n#### Types\n1. big-Θ Theta notation, \n2. big-O notation,\n3. big-Ω Omega notation.\n\nGrowth:\nConstant functions e.g 64\nLogarithmic functions e.g log8 n\nLinear functions e.g 4n\nLinearithmic functions e.g n log8 n\nPolynomial functions e.g 8n^2\nExponential functions e.g 2^3n\n\nTail Recursion, result parameter, there should be a overloaded method so user need not know the internal details. Java does not support it.\nMerge sort: merge two sorted arrays so the resulting array is also sorted. Complexity: n long2 n, constant is big. Java uses merge sort as default algo.\n\nMerge sort is good only if the data set is large, as the constant is high, for small data sets it's not efficient.\n\nInsertion, Bubble, \n\nMerge, Quick, Shell\n\nCounting, Radix, Bucket are linear time algorithms\n\nShell Sort: Inteval=Knuth Sequence Interval h=3h+1 keep reducing until that is 1, max h is < array.length. 1, 4, 13, 40, 121, 364. Complexity: O(n^7/6) to O(n^3/2)\n\nCounting sort: If the array is known to have 0-10, create an array of size 10 and keep the count at given index increase when an element found to be of given index, e.g if 3 is found 3 times in the main array, in the counting array [2]=3;\nComplexity: 3n+k+1. Only if the range of elements is small.\n\nRadix sort: Sort by radix position, e.g 1s, 10s, 100s ...\nComplexity: \n\nBucket Sort: Mix of Count and Radix\n\nHeap is a binary tree with two special properties\n1. Complete (filled from left, row is filled before going to next row)\n2. Any node is >= it's children\n\n###Hash Tables:\n hash functions, collision resolution with chaining and open addressing, open addressing: Linear, Quadratic, double hashing, probing"},{"_id":"56c5f127720945ee2e000130","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19745971,"position":2,"parentId":"56c606a8720945ee2e00012e","content":"####Think/Questions\nHow to sort any other objects not just int. Use generics.https://www.linkedin.com/learning/introduction-to-data-structures-algorithms-in-java/sorting-any-type-of-object?u=2113185\nWhere is attachment to videos?\n\nBig O notation theory?\n\nCan merge sort be unstable?\n\nDerive the big O of merge sort.\n\nTail Recursion is passing the result as parameter.\nTower of Hanoi\n"},{"_id":"56841020720945ee2e000131","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223322,"position":2,"parentId":"56c60715720945ee2e00012d","content":"### Business Idea generation"},{"_id":"56840f8e720945ee2e000132","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223213,"position":1,"parentId":"56841020720945ee2e000131","content":"Selling shovels in gold rush."},{"_id":"56840ee6720945ee2e000133","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223214,"position":2,"parentId":"56841020720945ee2e000131","content":"Unleash Your Inner Company by John Chisholm\nSTAARRS"},{"_id":"5683fa7e720945ee2e000135","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223219,"position":3,"parentId":"56841020720945ee2e000131","content":"Intersection areas of growing tech."},{"_id":"5683f7b0720945ee2e000136","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19223222,"position":4,"parentId":"56841020720945ee2e000131","content":"Scalability-Automate"},{"_id":"54f362187fbf377451000156","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19447336,"position":3,"parentId":"56c60715720945ee2e00012d","content":"### Clean Code\n\nTop 9 Qualities of Clean Code\nBad code does too much – Clean code is focused\nThe language you wrote your code with should look like it was made for the problem\nIt should not be redundant\nReading your code should be pleasant\nCan be easily extended by any other developer\nIt should have minimal dependencies\nSmaller is better\nIt should have unit and acceptance tests\nIt should be expressive\n\nhttps://blog.goyello.com/2013/01/21/top-9-principles-clean-code/"},{"_id":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19109009,"position":12,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"## Routines"},{"_id":"5cc9ade9613cf80662000061","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19139500,"position":1,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"### Evening Routine(*Monday*)\n \n#routine #Evening\n*immediately after coming form office or 8pm*\n\n* Change clothes to something more comfortable\n* Wash face, hand and feet. \n* Soak feet in epsom dissolved warm water for 10min and call to Mom.\n* Make Todo list for next day, watch videos of what exercise to do.\n* Eat dinner by 8.30pm, no matter where I'm\n* Avoid screens after 9.30pm everyday.\n* Diffused thinking: Review the previous week and think what to improve and Solve some problem on side projects. Make calls on side projects.\n* 9.50-10pm read music(hard stop), Leila Fletcher and practice 10-10.10pm hard stop.\n* Go to bed by 10.20pm, meditate 10min(Sleep meditation from head space)"},{"_id":"57ef35f3afc65a3d9e000105","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19139499,"position":1.25,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"### Evening Routine(*Tuesday*)\n \n#routine #Evening\n*immediately after coming form office or 8pm*\n\n* Change clothes to something more comfortable\n* Wash face, hand and feet. \n* Soak feet in epsom dissolved warm water for 10min and call to Mom.\n* Make Todo list for next day, watch videos of what exercise to do.\n* Eat dinner by 8.30pm, no matter where I'm\n* Avoid screens after 9.30pm everyday.\n* Diffused thinking: Solve some problem on side projects. Make calls on side projects.\n* 9.50-10pm read music(hard stop), Leila Fletcher and practice 10-10.10pm hard stop.\n* Go to bed by 10.20pm, meditate 10min(Sleep meditation from head space)"},{"_id":"57ef38e3afc65a3d9e000104","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19139501,"position":1.5,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"### Evening Routine(*Wednesday to Sunday*)\n \n#routine #Evening\n*immediately after coming form office or 8pm*\n\n* Change clothes to something more comfortable\n* Wash face, hand and feet. \n* Soak feet in epsom dissolved warm water for 10min and call to Mom.\n* Make Todo list for next day, watch videos of what exercise to do.\n* Eat dinner by 8.30pm, no matter where I'm\n* Avoid screens after 9.30pm everyday.\n* Read literature for getting inspiration and fun 9-9.45pm(PS: do not daydream)\n* 9.50-10pm read music(hard stop), Leila Fletcher and practice 10-10.10pm hard stop.\n* Go to bed by 10.20pm, meditate 10min(Sleep meditation from head space)"},{"_id":"58a00aa81778553b3800020c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19055564,"position":2,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"## `Bad habits`\n\n* Avoid Caffein, Nicotine like stimulants from afternoon onwards. Food that contain these chemicals are Cold drinks, Nekotex, Redbull, Coffee, Tea. Check half time for all above substances.\n* Carried away by mobile distractions, someone sends a message I tend to respond and it's a loop.\n* Do not read books that can stimulate e.g new business ideas.\n* Traps: Reading for longer, practicing music for longer. May look productive but it's not. It sucks energy from the next day with penalty."},{"_id":"5805cba0451ac874430000f8","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19055570,"position":1,"parentId":"58a00aa81778553b3800020c","content":"## `Consequences`\n\n* Burning palm and sole, terrible punishment sometimes immediately.\n* Next day is wasted, way more than what I gain from staying late by the traps.\n* Long term damage to brain.\n* Increased dependency on medicine."},{"_id":"57fcce80afc65a3d9e0000fe","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19139488,"position":4,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"### Morning Routine(*Friday to Monday*)\n#routine #morning\n\n* Wakeup at 6.30am.\n* Bio calls, brush. by 6.42am.\n* Soak basil seed.\n* Gym: 6.45-8.00am including travel time. Net exercise 1hr Strength+.(Check if able to finish the planned workout)\n* Drink Basil seed with water 200ml.\n* Time Block for intense focus. 8.05-10.15am\n* Bath, get ready for office. Start by 11am"},{"_id":"57fccaaeafc65a3d9e0000ff","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19227719,"position":5,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"### Morning Routine(*Tuesday to Wednesday*)\n#routine #morning\n\n**Wednesday to Thursday 48 hour fasting**\n\n* Wakeup at 6.30am.\n* Bio calls, brush. by 6.42am.\n* Soak basil seed.\n* Walk on treadmill.\n* Drink Basil seed with water 200ml.\n* Time Block for intense focus. 6.45-10.15am\n* Bath, get ready for office. Start by 11am"},{"_id":"5676cc48720945ee2e00013e","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19227723,"position":6,"parentId":"57fcc500afc65a3d9e000100","content":"### Morning Routine(*Thursday*)\n#routine #morning\n\n**Wednesday to Thursday 48 hour fasting**\n\n* Wakeup at 6.30am.\n* Bio calls, brush. by 6.42am.\n* Soak basil seed.\n* Walk on treadmill.\n* Drink Basil seed with water 200ml.\n* Review all differed/unplanned tasks and schedule.\n* Time Block for intense focus. 6.45-10.15am\n* Bath, get ready for office. Start by 11am"},{"_id":"574a5cc3dc7308ec93000126","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19164233,"position":14,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"##Habit"},{"_id":"579b85148fd372dd1c00010b","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19272301,"position":1,"parentId":"574a5cc3dc7308ec93000126","content":"###Don't/avoid List #Habit\n\n* Stop * for 1% improvement.\n* Completely avoid sugar in any form.\n* Stop screens, book and phone at 10pm.\n* Cold drinks\n* Coffee\n* Tea\n* Nicotine\n* Redbull"},{"_id":"579b6f8d8fd372dd1c00010c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19533284,"position":2,"parentId":"574a5cc3dc7308ec93000126","content":"###Do List #Habit\n\n* Do one thing at a time and time box everything.\n* Unplanned task; Priority critical? Else go through triage.\n* Tasks with deadline should be executed using Scrum and other things with Kanban, according to priority.\n* Follow all the routines as religious rituals, performed with precision.\n* Is the worker you working as expected?\n* Try to put everything into plan at least for a quarter ahead, so it does not disrupt the routine.\n* Any new task/Project should be tagged to predefined time maps. Critical first!\n* Automate all recurring decisions.\n* Think before everything, the basic mundane work also. Avoid, Outsource, Automate what can be done?\n* Keep track of improvement in focused work, clockyfy.me. After reach the limit in timing, go for qualitative measures.\n\n##Now\n1. Lean(weight under 66kg), strong lower back and arm muscles. Mental clarity and proper sleep. Physical and Mental stamina.\n2. Interview preparation for AmDT- Find previous questions.\n3. Math for Economics, Macro and Micro Economics.\n\n"},{"_id":"55e6aea9502e11dcff00014c","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19272310,"position":15,"parentId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3524","content":"## Root Causes"},{"_id":"55e6ae34502e11dcff00014d","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19322633,"position":1,"parentId":"55e6aea9502e11dcff00014c","content":"### Possible Adjectives\n\nLazy, Impulsive, Only interested in Creamy-superficial easy layer, Lack of Discipline\n\nExhausted, Sleepy, still don't want to sleep.\n\nNot in flow?\nLow mental stamina?"},{"_id":"55d57a1d502e11dcff00014f","treeId":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","seq":19278790,"position":2,"parentId":"55e6aea9502e11dcff00014c","content":"### Possible Worries\n\nMyLogger tag, MW(My worries)\n\nI'm afraid my family needs me desperately. They can't survive without me. Or I'm afraid they will abandon me if I'm not nice to them."}],"tree":{"_id":"5d089dd4a4f67504554e3523","name":"Life Manual","publicUrl":"life-manual"}}