My 100 Day Project

Starting Monday, July 2nd, I’ll be blogging every weekday for 100 days straight.

This decision was inspired by my wife, Vanessa, who participated in #The100DayProject spearheaded by Elle Luna.

There are two reasons why I feel this is important at this time:

  1. It will help me write more consistently by keeping me more publicly accountable.
  2. It will give me an opportunity to flesh out and organize the 400+ notes I have in my phone -- something I've been meaning to do for a while.

What are these notes I speak of?

I use the Notes app on my phone to jot down ideas, thoughts and questions I have throughout the day.

These notes cover a variety of topics, ranging from psychology and philosophy to evolutionary biology and learning techniques. They cover a span of about seven years of my life.

Some of these notes are questions I have. Some are theories I’ve come up with. Others are thoughts that popped into my mind while reading. Many of them are just me trying to connect the dots between ideas.

Generally, most of my notes consist of me trying to sort out my thoughts about things. I’m hoping your commentary will help me with this.

Follow this project

If you‘d like to follow this project, turn on post notifications on my Instagram page to get updates when I post. Instagram has become a noisy and distracting place lately so unless you turn on post notifications, you probably won’t see when I post.

I’d also love to hear your thoughts on my individual posts -- positive, negative or indifferent. Your feedback will help me develop my ideas a bit more and shape the content of the book I am writing.

I am grateful for those of you who continue to find value in my work and engage with it. I hope this project is a source of even richer, deeper, and more eclectic content for you.


P.S. Yes, I will still be doing the podcast. By the way, have you listened to my latest episode with Jim Kwik? (Up next: Gretchen Rubin)!