What I’m doing now
I’m in a little 2-bedroom house in Oxford, England, with my son, where we’re drawing, reading a lot, playing frisbee, making Lego, walking in the nearby woods, practicing math, and more. All of it offline.
Finished podcast interviews
It was time-consuming, taking 3-6 hours per day to prepare and record, but it was really stimulating. The interviewers’ questions led me to write for 2-4 hours per day, to find an interesting angle on those topics before we speak.
See them at sivers.org/i and bookmark that page to see the new ones appear as I get them transcribed. It will take a couple more months for all of them to be released.
I think their questions and my answers will become my next-next book after “How to Live”.
Programming a few web apps needed for my new books: for translators, reviewers, editors, and myself to manage it all. Also a store to sell the books on my site.
Finishing “How to Live”
Many hours a day, finishing the book I’ve been most excited about for the last two years.
It’s coming together really well. I think it’s by far the best thing I’ve ever done.
But more about that, later.
Updated June 2nd, 2020, from Oxford, England.