Embedded focus


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When I started the 100-word writing habit, I didn't have any plans at all but I didn't want it to be another mindless rambling or meaningless rant as well.
So, I just choose whatever topics that pop up during the day. Sometimes from someone's tweets, or posts. Sometimes I heard them on Youtube or podcasts.
All of my posts up until now has a theme of their own.
It wasn't intentional, but it's not entirely unfocused as well.

My whole online strategy for Q2-3 2021 wholly surround the areas of:
ā€” building in public ā€” no-code ā€” writing ā€” mental health

You don't need to have that razor-sharp focus but knowing the interests that you have does give you the sense of awareness in whatever you're doing.

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