Adding the Who, What, Why, When, Where & How To Site Nav
I'm proposing a new way to manage life as a whole, by creating and automating tasks to be internalized and passed onto muscle memory. To help with this, I'm suggesting the use of Linux, Python, vim & git. I've added the Who, What, Why, When, Where & How to my website's navigation, and I'm now working on creating the pages to go along with it. Come find out more about my revolutionary idea and how it can help you manage life.
Revolutionizing Life Management with Linux, Python, vim & git
By Michael Levin
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Fundamentally, life is management. But we must think about this management not just as economic, but rather managing life as a whole. In my case specifically I’m talking about
Don’t suffer your success because success doesn’t come easy. It’s better to suffer your failures, rinse and repeat until you love your success.
I got the qualifiers links in MikeLev.in navigation: Who, What, Why, When, Where & How, though the pages don’t exist yet. Making those pages is a priority.
Pushed most over to /what/. This is just draft:
What I propose is for you to casually create and manage automations throughout life without having to dedicate excessive time to developing and keeping such skills.
I propose that you “internalize it”, passing it onto automatic muscle memory as you do driving and reading-for-pleasure, creating an internal asset better than fame or fortune.
This is a rigid structure for one and only one aspect of your life, that which technically enables you to do other things, pursuing other interests in life unencumbered by startup costs. You are your own tech because being so is just basic literacy today.
To this end, I propose Linux, Python, vim & git