#B90X - DAY 66 - Facing Resistance



Today had distractions but I’d say one was def worth it. So lets start:

Texting: I really only got distracted by 1 person texting today. My buddy from the Marine Corps hit me up this morning when I got to work and we check in every once in a while but it had been a bit longer between chats this time. So we talked about what has happened lately, changes and what not and he mentioned he was in school again for Computer Engineering and programming. He mentioned he was tired working at his current job and so he wanted to learn more in depth about programming and how he built a few apps and had fun doing it. Being one of the only tech guys I served with (in my direct field/shop), I asked if he had been involved in Bitcoin. He replied “Nah, was too late to get in on it. What about you?” I explained to him that I had been in for a little while, but that it was definitely NOT too late. Talked to him quite a bit today explaining the basics, sent him all the wonderful material and such we have (10daysofbitcoin, b90x, pub, cryptoyum, etc) and told him about Yen and what Peter and John were creating. He thought it was awesome and I explained how he could use his programming skills to really create the living he wanted. He told me he’s spent all day among the websites and wanted to participate in the beta class. I’ll have to make sure if he made an account already on here. But yeah, besides distracting me in the morning, I think it was worth it to talk about it with him and I can’t wait to see what he brings to the table.

Discord: I got on for a little bit, and made a @CryptoMom meme :joy:

Work: That’s right! WORK! I spent so much time trying to replace all the vacuum lines today on a car that it was a resistance in itself. Getting frustrated, cutting myself, both multiple times… mini breaks were needed and the thing still has issues another shop says they fixed and never did. So still working on that turd.


This exercise was a bit of a nightmare.
At my day job, I am continually interrupted.
I am in charge of laminating, It is not glorious, but it is the start the entire chain of events that produces cabinets.
When drafters and listers make errors, it is not found out until later. Then the parts that were missed or listed incorrectly have to be laminated, but at that time I am off to other tasks, and have to stop what I am doing to get that under control.
If someone drops a part and it gets damaged, it has to be redone.
If paperwork is not dispersed properly, what should have been done does not get done until someone notices the missing items. Then it is an emergency
These are situations cannot be ignored, as not taking care of things now interrupts the supply chain of the entire shop.
It is very frustrating as there is little I can to prevent and stop the interruptions.
My ability to roll with the punches and shift gears fast comes into play but it is not the best way to operate…

Then on the home front, where I am really putting my crypto lifestyle in place, I am continually interrupted by children, dogs, cats, wife, house, neighbors, etc. Some things I can prevent, and others I cannot.
When my child is wrapped around a telephone pole in regards to quadratic equations I have to stop and sort out what needs to be sorted out so she can understand. I am lucky in that regard, I can do most high level math in my head. (sorry for messing up the bell curve for all my class mates)

The point is, most interruptions in my universe cannot be pushed away. only some. It is frustrating.
And the biggest interruption going on right now is my day job is making me go to 12 hour days, so when I come home, I am so exhausted I can barely make progress on my crypto life.

I know that these are the growing pains, but …errrrr:rage: