I’m going to try a new experiment on Wednesdays from now on, which is writing posts about privacy.
If you’ve followed my work, you know that I view privacy as something much deeper that just what most people think—privacy as the root problem of our own integrity as human beings.
The objective is to force myself to get fresh and new ideas on privacy, and everything that it’s related to it. So I can dig deep into subjects and separate those ideas in different parts, test them and create bigger articles (or a book) from them.
The other day I was reading The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results, and found a really useful question:
“What’s the one thing I can do such by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary?”
A blog for me is a training field. This is where I can test ideas, force myself to work on them for a long time, and eventually transform them into different beings.
This Private Wednesdays Series is a training field to test, develop and stretch ideas about privacy. This is what will make the rest of my work easier.
It might not work, but it’s worth to try and see. Let me know what you think.