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Discussion on: #CNC2021 "Code More" Mission 1 Submission Thread

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Maxim
  1. I want to code more because: I want totally change my life and develop some skills that can allow me to live in any country and earn a good salary. I want to obtain a new profession, which is not only well-paid, but also fascinating and valuable.
  2. I know I’ll have reached my “code more” goal when: I will see 100 hours in my pomodoro app.
  3. My top three assumptions for reaching my goal are:
    • I will be codding early in the morning without distractions. Deep focus
    • I will use pomodoro, it is productive and my progress will be measurable
    • I will be a part of CNC2021, and it’ll motivate me
  4. Of these assumptions, my riskiest is coding at mornings
  5. When I think about my riskiest assumption, three possible root causes are:
    • I have lots on my plate. I am learning English, and soon I'll have an exam. Sometimes I don’t have enough energy after preparation for that test
    • I’m not a morning person, and if I go to bed too late it is harmful for my cognitive power and I could not learn efficiently
    • It can be hard to begin immediately after waking up
  6. 3 ways I might address these root causes are:
    • Turn off the phone after 9 p.m. and turn down the light. I have to go to bed before 10!
    • Energize my morning (cold shower, vigorous exercises, pu-erth tea) and start codding immediately
    • Coding first. Don’t do anything, until code for 2 hours
  7. Of these, the biggest cause that’s worth tackling first is to go to bed earlier.
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Afina Walton

I think coding first thing in the morning is a great idea! Might have to steal it from you :)

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Maxim

yeah, no problem =)

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testinnplayin

I find I code best in the morning. Afternoon after lunch is deadly for code. Zzzz