I watched some videos by Net Ninja on YT and refreshed my memory
I tried re-creating a web page based on a design template. I learned today for almost 2 hours.
I failed miserably trying to create the Web page.
This failure makes me realise that although I know my concepts well, I can not fully implement my ideas and my concepts to get the desired result.
I have to try a different approach to learning now. I have a rough idea of how I should approach it, hopefully it's successful.
Plan for tomorrow is to watch more Net Ninja, read the 'Forms' Chapter from HTML&CSS by Jon Duckett, and practice forms too. And I'll try to think of the new approach to learning.
After removing elements of the website you get a lot of whitespaces.
That's not bad.
If you remove something, something else comes along.
It's not an action you make. It's a result you get.
--> You have to shift focus. It's not about the space you get. It's about the stuff or in our case elements we get rid of. ---
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I love staying busy, getting things done, meeting new people and discussing opportunities, finding new ways to provide value to my customers, learning about a new way to create consistent cash flow to the business. As time has progressed since I started out I have learned to appreciate people’s need to relax and take time off, even if it’s just for the weekend. Because when they take the time off from their daily work, I get more time to put into things I can’t prioritise while everyone else is working, like working on my personal project or put more time into planning and analysing my projects. It’s been more than a year since I first read Tim Ferris book “The 4-hour Work Week”, an old favourite of mine, where I first learned about what it truly means to outsource work and how you can hire virtual assistants to manage the work you’d rather not do. After Tom mentioned the VA to me in one of my more recent posts I realised that it’s probably a very good idea to take that step and at least test it out and see if I can benefit from it. As I’ve mentioned before I have always had a hard time letting go of control in the areas in which I usually work myself. It’s different if you are working with other people in your team or if you’re hiring, since when you build a team you don’t want to hire someone who can do the same things as you can and are already doing, you want to hire someone who can do what you can’t do. But I’m actually really excited to see where this might take me.
Next week is going to be yet another busy week, filled with meetings and a ton of work plus one speaking engagement at my alma mater. I was invited through a network I recently joined and will be speaking there on Tuesday about the life after graduation, the importance to keep learning and staying outside your comfort zone, what it means to work for yourself and most importantly, self-development. One of my biggest goals in life is to become a speaker, and this is a perfect opportunity to start out and talk about the very subjects I want to talk about, so I am extremely excited!
Anyway how was your week? What did you work on? Leave a comment below
Repost @alexandonie - So grateful to be a part of this industry. Being able to do what I love from where I want? Best thing ever #noexcuses
Wild Thing 🕉️
This is a magic and invigorating pose. It opens the chest and the heart, builds strength, stretches the hips and hip flexors, energises, provides a nice lead to other backbends and is a balancing pose as well. This pose teaches you to let go, to be open, to expand and at the same time encourages you to feel yourself grounded and connected to earth.
If It Doesn’t Challenge You, It Won’t Change You.
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My new awesome discovery is Python🐍. It's so elegant, simple and powerful, I wonder why I haven't discovered it earlier. Working with ML algorithms on Python is a way easier, than doing the same on C++. So I'm starting my big journey into the data science and machine learning. And even though in my beggar country I have nearly zero chance to find a job in this field, I'm not going to give up on my dreams! So wish me luck 🙌🙏
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Another productive day today! 💪🏼✨ Focused a lot on Redux (the never ending struggle lol) but I understand it a lot better now!! 😊 Next in line: working on a project with Vue.js, yay!! 💕