Flash Fiction Practice
How Peter Thiel met John Cena

John Cena hadn't always worked for Palintir . Before going around saving rare species of butterflies by breaking people's thumbs for Peter Thiel , he had once been a wrestler... the 'fake' kind of wrestling that is.

His finishing move was called the F.U as a phonetic acronym for "fuck you",...
100% day
This is awesome, Keni. 

I also wished to do something similar to this. I once sent you a 
video about 
Sam Ovens
sharing his 
War Calendar
in which he first lists out his larger goals for the year... and then he reverse engineers the tasks for the days in which he would need to fulfill to achieve the larger goals.

I think your approach would be more helpful for me because I have less clarity on concrete larger goals for the annual duration. And your approach feels more conducive to exploring what we are becoming curious to rather than top-down defining our goals and trying to force our daily-selves to produce accordingly.

I think I already know the answer to this, but are you willing to share this spreadsheet? Or at least a segment of it? lol. You could even censor out some of the items when you share so I don't know what they are.
Abraham Kim
More than decent
I honestly can't claim any horizon projects because I'm not working on anything at the moment that I have outcome based expectations for yet.

I do have general expectations for continuing to develop the world of 
and the characters within it... which I'm doing in the "I found the diaries of Greco" series, but even with that I see it more as practice than a thing I'm horizoning.

Let me know if I'm thinking of horizon projects different than you. I'm interpreting it as the biggest, active project that you are planning to complete.


Similarly to the saving hte best part for later fallacy that writers make, I think you should just write it through. Write it through because then the real part begins. Finding what's wrong with it and why it sucks.

Most writers seem to do a better job with fixing bad writing then creating bad writing. Most writers refuse to write bad stuff so they sit with their phone in their hands staring at
or motiviational
videos instead.

Trust me, your story's going to suck really bad. No matter how great you think it is in your head. So get it out and then let's make it good.

I touch on this in 
Rewriting is easier than writing Yours Truly

Also recommend the article that's mentioned in that post. In fact just read that.
Abraham Kim

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Used to fear open source packages

I spent the summer of 2016 desperately trying to write a novel. Most days I didn't manage more than a paragraph. I' spend most of my laptop time distracted on either reading about successful tech people or watching random things on Youtube . One day I came across a choose...