First “on” week (which is week 2 if you start a new macro cycle, block of 6 weeks) through!
This is Day 1 “Deep Rest” of Week 3 “Test your Limits with an eye on Week 6, Goal Week”.
On Day 1, you “recover from the weekend, document lessons, and recognize efforts” of the previous mini-cycle.
Since I was at the same time applying Virtuous Cycles to my morning runs, I did need to recover indeed :) Documenting lessons will be these journals. From now on possibly only need to make sense of the coming weeks, and recognize how each…
You need to scroll all the way down to get to Day 4 :D This turned out to be processing insights, understanding shadow, and the work that needs be doing before one can even start sensing direction let alone setting goals: Inner Work.
Yesterday (Day 3) was about “befriending stress” — I did! Coupled with introspection the stress felt tingling and not exhausting (on the contrary I went to bed at 11:30 PM and was up without an alarm clock at 5:30 — supercharged).
Amazing, I’m already in the flow. Just to get the hang of it, I started applying Virtuous Cycles in my morning runs. Helps me compare how the 6-week macro cycle and weekly mini cycle (5+ weekend) relate to each other.
Day 3 Extending yourself, befriending stress
Week 2 Getting back on the horse, add intensity, will shock my system (like Day 2, this week is all the new things getting settled, loads of scheduling, planning, as mentioned yesterday, I don’t particularly enjoy coordination. Doing this in a way that keeps goal and intentions connected, and helps me keep…
Virtuous Cycles is designed by DurgaDas, an autodidact polymath on the autism spectrum whom I met in the Token Engineering community. He also used to train athletes. Virtuous Cycles is very much inspired by mutliple perspectives, it’s systemic, and what got me going is his framing:
How do I bring in my intentionality into goal finding and then keep this connection in scheduling.
It’s based on mindfulness.
You can listen to DurgaDas here. I can only underscore that you (or the team) needs to go through an exploratory phase, to identify intentions first: Why do I think/feel this…
“Yes, you can still make a screenshot of the digital artwork, but now, thanks to Blockchain, it will be like making a photocopy of a dollar bill. The value is in the token associated with the digital art”, explains the original anouncement.
But still it took people a little over three years to grasp that aspect of Blockchain. Back in August 2020, long-term pulse feelers of cryptospace saw the tsunami coming, and anounced that “Cryptoart will be the Lambo for the 2020 Bull Run of Crypto.” …
“I wanted to share some docs on the importance of developing our dynamic capabilities. Business models, dynamic capabilities, and strategy are interdependent. The strength of an organization’s dynamic capabilities help shape its proficiency at business model design” says the business strategist.
“Boson Protocol enables a commerce ecosystem which is resistant to capture by monopolies and where participants are not farmed by platforms.” says the product visionary who uses ethical modes of reasoning.
We called this model Fractal Ownership, as it enables the accounting of value creation & sharing among individuals and organizations during their interactions within an ecosystem at any level in a self-similar fashion. Fractal Ownership is mechanized through a Token-Curated value creation and Token-Bonded value sharing set of smart contracts. The mechanisms enable programmable, transparent & automated incentive schemes for common action towards a common purpose without requiring organizational hierarchies.
This is a way tooo long post, for the ones who are really really really interested and want to get the hang of ElectraSeed Fund & Fractal Ownership. There will…
This is the recap. Including the co-design of the MVP and presentation Days 3 and 4 — but most insights of this part come from the reflection on the many situations that emerged during and after, on the ground in Milazzo, all the discussions we had:
In recent years, I managed to cultivate one coping mechanism: run. If it wasn’t clear yet: this bootcamp is designed to get us out of our comfort zones. I’m so way out, it feels like a never ending bungee jump. So, I run.
Today is about analysis of the observations yesterday. While I run along the beach, the pictures and people of yesterday pass my mind. I smell oil in the air. There are no cars driving yet. The refinery is on the other side of the hill, and oil is in the air. The air we share across the…
Well, coming here I observed that I am alone. Somehow in the excitement of the epiphany of last week: “Fractal Ownership”, I lost some part of the team. We had amazing response to the idea, reaching from critical questioning to outright fans, links to further high profile contacts, and also one slight warning. The warning now resonates: “This is going to require change management, you are challenging so many mental models.”