What’s up?

Wow. I just remembered that I had a blog.

I’ve been quite busy the last three to four weeks putting some of my personal development items in place. The biggest changes has been inspired by a combination of reading Steve Pavlina, The Seven Habits and Getting Things Done.

I now sleep only 6.5 hours a day, wake up at 5 am, head over to the cricket grounds at Tamil Union. At the grounds I’m joined by Kavinda and Wansika, we jog about five rounds around the ground and do another five with a brisk walk. Next we hit the showers and I then do a quick 20 laps at the pool before coming back to office by around 8.00–8.30 am.

And boy does it really energise your day. My best part of the morning is the cool feel of the wet grass under my feet and listening to the early morning sounds of the chirping birds. I’ll try to post a few pics sometime soon.

My memberships fees to join Tamil Union has been one of the best investments I’ve made in my life. I just spent Rs. 6,500/– to become a club member which included a Rs. 3000/– joining fee.

What’s up?
  • Kanch

    Hey Merill
    I just happen to read your blog ..Good to know that you have been following 7 Habits..Have a read on ‘The Monk who Sold his Ferrari’ – by Dan Brown (available at Vijitha Yapa) and also the 8th Habit.
    cheers
    Kanch

  • Kanch

    Sorry – ‘The Monk who Sold his Ferrari’ is by Robin Sharma [Not Dan Brown]

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