Wednesday, April 16, 2008






"Talent" is not a word I am associated with, but neither is "average."
"Weird?" Bingo

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Staying Afloat




Wednesday, April 9, 2008

"Inefficiency" is the New Way to Go

Going back to the multi-tasking topic.

Since there's not enough time, 24 hours a day, to do every single thing one at a time, we're forced into muti-tasking to meet deadlines.

one at a time method = focused, thorough, efficient in terms of total time consumption on one job; but, as its name implies, only one thing gets done.

multi-task method = focus is divided, may not be thorough, but gives multiple jobs at least some progress in a set amount of time.

I guess they are different types of efficiency.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Rio & Lima


Scared of Nothing

...meaning: scared of nothing or nothing?

or could it also mean: scared of everything?

in the sense of, scared of losing everything

but if there is nothing then losing everything need not be an issue to be scared of

I am not making sense, that's why I'm writing.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

waiting for something to Happen

you said: ..around the corner
but I think: ..over the hill

either way, we just need to keep moving forward



Tuesday, April 1, 2008

one Chaper at a time

...or maybe even one page at a time.

Multi-tasking has become the needed survival skill for modern day peeps. Sure, we do it all the time processing the massive inputs that technology has allowed us to obtain, but we're still just focusing on one thing at a time..just switching back and forth rapidly (at sometimes insane speeds).

It just doesn't seem like we were intended for multi-tasking, yet every aspect of life seems to be demanding it. Whatever happened to the more ideal "one step at a time", "one thing at a time" approach? Why are they being associated with "slow", "time-consuming", or "inefficient" when it's only natural?

Nowadays, it's so much harder to concentrate on one thing for a long time, than to do several at a time.