Crikey, there’s just so much going on to be excited about I just don’t know how to deal with it all.
You know that kanji study – it seems to be going out of the window. As for the Year Abroad Project due in next week, well, that may not be all that great, if things carry on like this.
My mate Tom came up with a fabulous business idea yesterday, which I’m tremendously excited about – along with all the other business ideas I’m tremendously excited about, but have yet had the time / made the time to put into practice, other than register domain names and point them at Tame Goes Wild for the time being. I had ten at last count!
Then there’s the charity work too – I’m currently waiting for a call from the producer of Tokyo’s most listened to podcast (the one that accompanies Metropolis magazine, which has a weekly print run of 30,000) in order to set up an interview promoting an event we’re holding in early March in aid of Oxfam, the website for which I’ve yet to make.
Then there’s the Sponsored Hike in May – 100km in 48 hours over mountainous terrain. The website’s not complete yet, and it is pretty basic, but it works. www.tamegoeswild.com/trailwalker We’ve got 7 team members, need one more.
Full launch will be in a couple of weeks.
Had our first training session yesterday, just myself and Tom, boy do I ache today, I never knew I had that many muscles! I have a long way to go before I’m fit for the challenge.
It’s kinda getting to the stage where worrying about finding a job after graduation is just becoming irrelevant. Why work for someone else, when you already have all the tools you need to start up a business?
Wow. This life thing, it’s incredible …ly scary at times! Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway! (I just received my 20th anniversary edition!)
p.s. I almost totally forgot – look what they had in the public loo I visited yesterday – I was so happy, I could use it!