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A must watch documentary.
Must admit 2012 was all about planning and preparing things and not actually doing them.
2013 is a year of Great Release. All the things I have worked on, will now go live.
Obviously my capacity is limited so I will have to focus on those I care the most.
I just need to put these few projects live and change my life the way I always wanted it to be.
So what do I think of 2012?
- Farpoint Labs Europe has 5 employees, projected to grow twice as much this year.
- FPLE will release OrderCloud and that will change the game, not just the rules.
- I have found that bad guy who broke into my house and walked off with all valuables.
- I learned a lot of new stuff and realised what my priorities are.
- Moved into new home that finally has only 1 bedroom.
- Improved my finances to the point that I am not scarred to use internet banking.
- Switched from PC to Apple.
- Survived most hardcore night-out of my life. Attempted to destroy myself, mad shit…
- Completely refurbished our flat in Opole and it’s now ready to be rented out.
- I still have driving license on me, had to slow down.
- Learned basic skiing and snowboarding skills.
- Last and most important – prepared 5 projects to go live in 2013.
That’s it for now, I am off to make some scrambled eggs and pack things before hitting the road for new year’s eve in Berlin.
And rather than having 3 judges deciding whether you qualify or not, there is potentially thousands of people to judge your skills. Isn’t that more fair? Surely it is, in fact I wonder when are we going to have such thing that would be essentially an online version of X Factor where everyone could vote and pick the winner. I have a feeling it’s already there but the crowd (including myself) did not hear about it yet…
Dragons’ Den already has it, it’s called Kickstarter and it really works.