Day 192

Okay its on again!

Write a post in 12 minutes. 

The train chronicles. 

Had some  insights yesterday during a job interview with a potential replacement for me. 

And I actually discussed this there as well.

He triggered something when he said that he only wanted to do things that he beliefs  in.

I 100% agree and thats exactly what I was doing one year ago to create the life that I’m livijg right now.

The thing is. Everythings feels right except for the development for the app studio.

I love those guys and I really enjoy myself but something feels off.

Partly because I’m doing Android development. Not my thing but I do enjoy it when I do it for the Police project so its not completely the crux.

I think its mainly that I’m doing so much more right now for the kids game company. On many different levels.

I miss the variety but thats not entirely true either.

On the Police project or the kids game I can sink my teeth in it and go all-out and be in a state of flow.

So what is it then?

The apps so far weren’t that challenging but that not it either.

The thing I do really miss is that I’m building apps that I dont believe in most of the time.

I do but I dont.

The app is good and will help a lot of people but its not outstanding.

The functional design has already been thought of and it sucks monkey balls.

I hurts me in my soul to build something that is fundamentally broken.

Everything has been taken care off and they just need me to build te damn thing without giving my expert knowledge on it.

I’ve been doing this for about 8 years guys. This is not how you should create intuitive apps.

I’ll have a talk with the owner today to see if there’s anything we do about it.


Daily balance:

Expenses yesterday:
€ 11,35

€ 0,00

Income yesterday:
€ 0,00

Combined balance personal and business account:
€ 452,65

– IRS: € 47.022,16
– Business: € 19.892,82
– Personal:  € 6.368,77

Total Debt:
€ 73.283,75

Net worth day 192:
– € 72.840,71

€ 24.530


Currently reading this financial book:

The Thank You Economy

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