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Jun 10, 2019 08:24:36

Wondering what to write every day

by @georges PATRON | 232 words | 🐣 | 8💌


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This is my first day on 200wordsaday. I am yet to figure out what to write about. In my past life, I have written about startups, atheism and a bit of book reviews, but that's about it. 

I like the idea of limiting the writing to just 200 words. Cannot help but avoid any rambling. 

Let me see what I'm going to write in the coming days...

Startups. I have founded 6 startups, 3 of them which have been used by more than 100k people. If that's not enough brag, I'm a YC alumni. So maybe something about that. About building and growing startups. 

Freethinking. I was born a roman catholic in a very religious household. When I was 10, my friend handed me this book called 'God is not great' by Cristopher Hitchens, and it changed my life and that of many people around me. I no longer follow any religion or God, but do not fully reject the possibility. I come under the 'agnostic atheist' category. The only lie I tell is to my mom, that I go to church every Sunday. As much as I hate it, I think it's the right thing to do. 

Hmm, I can't think of any other subject. That's pretty sad. Maybe this exercise will help me expand this list of my areas of expertise. Later then.

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    @georges Congratulations on your first post! I certainly would like to hear more about your startup experiences. Welcome to the community.

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Jun 10, 2019 08:43:23
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      @brandonwilson thanks, Brandon! I look forward to reading yours as well.

      George avatar George | Jun 10, 2019 11:48:52
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    @georges - welcome George. Write about anything. This place seems to be more for the writer than the reader, though we do enjoy reading and commenting on interesting things.

    Brian Ball avatar Brian Ball | Jun 10, 2019 08:37:03
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      @brianball I agree. Probably the only reason why I signed up for this. George is not my real name either. Thought I'll express more candidly if I do this pseudonym thing.

      George avatar George | Jun 10, 2019 11:47:42
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      @georges - if you PATRON-up, you can write privately. ( or, you could always open a Google Doc and just not share it )

      Brian Ball avatar Brian Ball | Jun 10, 2019 11:48:59
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      @brianball will definitely patron-up to support, but being public helps with accountability, and it's fun to read the comments :)

      George avatar George | Jun 14, 2019 07:41:17
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      @georges - I'm curious, how does being public line up with using a not-real name? I feel like you've got some wisdom I need to avail myself of.

      Brian Ball avatar Brian Ball | Jun 14, 2019 08:11:54
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