What I accomplished today
Consolidated items to digital 
- Finished digitizing Self Care Basics 
Finished digitizing Self care benifits 
Discussed alignment and furthermore put forth the ACME Life GPS model which utlizes a tri system to allow you to maintain your course in life.
This is probably one of the biggest things in the course that I'm really proud of. The content was synthesized from over many sources and from my mind.
The frustrating thing it that it hinges on alot of other concepts that aren't directly relavent but helps knowing. I'm considering adding a free course for teaching alignment? Or just reengineer the course again?
If I reengineer the course it'll be after I've added the rough presentation for all the sections and then scan and do a dependency resolution. This will allow me to see parts that I'm missing that I should teach and if only a few parts need a specific dependency consider removing or revamping to a more general dependency. Overall this course should take 2 months or 1 month to complete. I'm trying to create the suitable environment for deep work to occur. I could just teach deep work (which is a 10 minute lesson really) but that's like telling someone how to water an already existing plant. What if they don't have a plant? Or may be they have a plant but they want to get rid of it. Perhaps they don't even have a garden bed, or know the first things about plants. My goal is to teach them about plants, show them how to make their garden bed, weed it, remove unwanted plants and water the plant they do want. At the end of the course, they'll understand Deep work, but unlike cheap courses, I'm teaching the general theory about plants so they can go and create and grow any plant they want or tweak the plant. Maybe I was teaching them how to grow a cactus, while they like cactus's they really want a Venus Flytrap. They can do that, not only can they do that, they'll be confident and know the entire mechanics of nurturing that new plant. What they don't know they'll be able to learn.
Working on digitizing Overindulgence 
- Pratice tuning a virtual guitar
- Praticed with pitch comparison between different instruments (this is harder than it sounds because you're training your ear to ignore the timber and focus just on the pitch)
- Trumpet and Piano are difficult to tell apart for me at 60 cent pitch difference for which one is higher.
Real vs Fake Timesavers
What are real timesavers and what are fake timesavers?
Real time savers are items that will actually save you time in a way that you can actually go and do something else.
For example the Instapot is a real time saver because you can cook things in less time or skip certain steps that you would need to do otherwise.
However things such as remote door unlockers aren't real time savers, you spend just as much time pressing the button on the app and logging into your account, compared to sticking the key in the lock and unlocking.
The above example is quite harmless, however there are things that are supposed to be time savers that turn out to be time sucker.
Installing almost any software or setting up synchroization usually takes alot more than the 5 minutes and you often wonder if it's even worth the ongoing hassle of that software mysteriously not syncing and troubleshooting.
Real time savers are designed to be simple and not accost you with a "here's what new since you last used me 3 months ago". They understand you want to use the system and get out of there. Fake time savers suck your time and often try and get you to stick around longer or attempt to show you a "better" way to use the app or whatever.
So next time you see something that's going to save you time, ask is it really?