- Unsupervised Learning
- Making Lists
I recently noticed something interesting about myself; when I make a list of things to do I usually keep it around for a short period of time and then make a newer, more revised version of the current agenda. What I noticed is that I always dispose of my older agenda immediately. I don’t seem to like the older ones lying around for any period of time.
This is due to my quest to change myself. Once I make a change I want to forget and block out that which I got rid of – to become the new person that the new agenda represents. To have the old agenda lying around is a reminder of my past, or, in terms of my personality evolution, my more flawed and weaker self.