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Jul 12, 2019 10:46:43


by @keni PATRON | 201 words | 286🔥 | 290💌


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I enjoy doing many different experiments.
I love them.

And I notice potential new experiments everywhere I look.
I am also making new connections that push me to do more.

The goal of all of these projects is achieving something similar. 
Becoming limitless.
Yes exactly like in the movie.

What I am doing includes adjusting and improving what I eat, what I drink, what I expose myself to, who I expose myself to, supplements and better sleep patterns.

The last few days, I have noticed a surge in my energy and ability to understand and explain subject matters that I had found difficult before. In addition, I find it easier to hold conversations and stay engaged with strangers and friends alike.

As an introvert, this is definitely an improvement from the norm.

Since a few people asked for an update on project NZT, I wanted to have a definitive before and after delta to share.
However, with so many changes happening at the same time, I can't tell what is the exact cause. It could be a placebo effect.

Regardless, I like this.
I want to keep this going.
All the way to the most successful Kickstarter campaign ever.

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    @keni "becoming limitless" - wow I love how you phrased your goal! How beautiful and powerful

    Jason Leow avatar Jason Leow | Jul 13, 2019 22:48:32
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      @jasonleow - Thank you Jason. I hadn't realized the similarity in all my experiments until I wrote it down in this post.

      Keni avatar Keni | Jul 13, 2019 11:37:08
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    @keni The enthusiasm is leaping off the screen. Love it!

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Jul 12, 2019 12:30:57
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      @brandonwilson - Thank you Brandon. There ought to be a gif for that phrase.

      Keni avatar Keni | Jul 13, 2019 11:36:05
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    @keni - this is the problem with brains -- with our current instrumentation, they're not quantitative. Maybe a satisfied brain is why most people don't achieve super-stardom. If you're happy, you don't work extra hard to be double-happy.

    Brian Ball avatar Brian Ball | Jul 12, 2019 08:50:30
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      @brianball - hmm. Good point Brian. There is something called diminishing returns in economics. The return on investment isn't always linear with happiness and money.

      Keni avatar Keni | Jul 13, 2019 11:35:19
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      @keni yes, the las of diminishing returns. I, in fact live by this. Yesterday, my dad came up to ride bikes around SF and get out of the 100 degree heat in the valley. I rode 10 miles with them through Golden Gate Park, the Coast, and around the Presidio -- it was a beautifully sufficient ride for me. I still got a nap in and was productive for another 6 hours while they were still out riding. Did they get a lot more benefit just because they went another 35 miles? They got more tired. Saw more things ( they've probably already seen ) -- But I prefer my choice making.

      Brian Ball avatar Brian Ball | Jul 13, 2019 09:36:20
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