Friday, March 30, 2012

Daily Thoughts 03/30/2012

A Lady Reading In The Garden, 1894?, Niels Frederik Schiøttz-Jensen (1855–1941)

Daily Thoughts 03/30/2012

I spsnt some time reading Word Hero this morning.  The author is writing about how to make sentences memorable.  He is describing how to use sounds, pictures, and associations to make words stick in your mind.  He even mentions ancient Greek memory techniques.

This morning, I spent some time studying training videos on focused on effective meetings, resume writing, and time management.  I am steadily learning a few more skills.

I started Basic Training last night.  It has a deep sadness in it combined with a sense of malevolence which is kind of intriguing.

I am going to a session called Pitching VC's Discussion and Feedback from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at General  I have had an interest in small business and startups for a while.

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