I stopped thinking in tweets

  • because it wasn’t the game I wanted to play
  • because I wanted to synthesize my thoughts on my blogs and share my discoveries in a comprehensive newsletter
  • because I didn’t want to think in 140 characters
  • because I wanted to read more books
  • because I decided to do something more durable, i.e. write another book
  • because I strived to go deeper
  • because I felt nostalgic for the insights that emerged in those moments of boredom

And although my mind still thinks in sentence fragments, it no longer feels the need to throw darts.

Write your way to the life you want. 



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Author: wells baum aka bombtune

A daily blogger who connects the dots between beats, culture, and technology.