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It's Nyepi in Bali. Time to reflect

It's Saturday, the 17th of March 2018, and I woke up at 5:45 without alarm. It's crazy what a routine can do to your body. In the last weeks, I woke up around 6 every morning, ran or surfed, meditated, take bulletproof coffee, and worked in the most important task after that. In the evening I pursue my social needs and I go to bed early. I call this EAT, CODE, KITE, REPEAT. I want to become the best in my field, use these skills to do something meaningful and get paid for it, live a healthy, adventurous life, and make the world a better place. And I will not stop this routine anytime soon! Loving it.

So today I self-reflected. Who am I? What can I? What will I do?

Who am I?

To discover this, I reread a lot of my blogs, went through the code I wrote, and thought about the things I created. If you want to know more about me, talk to me. I'm not going to write about that on my blog much.

What can I?

I seem to be goal driven & adventurous. Again, I won't go into detail.

What will I do?

In January I created this post as a goal for 2018. I can happily say that I'm well on my way!

Now I'm all in on building the app for communities to strive. The first goal is to make this ultra scalable & valuable to as many people as possible. The next goal will be about creating a more sustainable earth by designing the software & scalable hardware to make this possible.

In order to do this, I want to create a Kite-Code Army that collaborates with a Yoga-Passion Army in order to create One World. One World is the name of the company that distributes any software & scalable hardware technology for a more sustainable world.

That's it for now. Back to coding.

It's Nyepi in Bali. Time to reflect
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