Focus areas for 2020.

#Playful Movement

Iโ€™m spending too much time in my head. Fortunately, Iโ€™m also a juggler.

While crafting my 25 Year Vision as a part of my yearly review, I wrote down that โ€I exercise daily and can perform impressive stuntsโ€ ๐ŸŽช

Which led me to set these two goals for 2020:

1.Exercise every day

2. Learn one new type of movement

And so far itโ€™s been going better than expected. In fact, Iโ€™ve recently observed, with quite a degree of satisfaction, that Iโ€™ve entered the Movement Vortex.

Movement Vortex

The more physical movement I do, the more my body craves physical movement. Itโ€™s an amazing upward spiral that Iโ€™m riding at the moment, with a tremendous dose of joy. So I keep on adding more and more movement to my routine, which not only makes me happier and more energised, but also takes me out of my head, which is what I definitely need.

You can see my routine experiments below:

Btw, as Iโ€™m writing this, Iโ€™m noticing that my body is telling me to jump into the pool and do a few rounds. And then itโ€™s time for handstands ๐Ÿ™Œ

I canโ€™t freaking wait.


Moving from the self towards a thriving community.

Iโ€™ve spent the last 3 years working intensely on various areas of โ€personal developmentโ€:

  • radically transforming my diet

  • radically transforming my body

  • figuring out that emotions are actually important, dropping the macho bullshit and learning how to be vulnerable (with various rates of success)

  • and more

However, in the process I pretty much completely neglected reaching out and ended up feeling like I lack a supportive network of people interested in going deep into self-work and empowering each other to grow together and start shifting the world towards something that makes more sense that capitalism.

Paradoxically, I don't think that's a bad thing. I just needed some time to sort out out my own shit first, and only then move to building meaningful relationships with people whom I want to grow together with. Intentionally.

And now I'm not only "ready" to do it, but I'm in the process already.