๐Ÿ˜œ Relive your favorite childhood activity

Challenge #0019 - Shamelessly relive your favorite childhood activity

Hey there,

Quick shoutout to Steven, Marc, Wit, Vic, Dan, GJ, Pablo, Stefan, Fernando, Nathan, Eric, James, Will, Elom, and Paul. Thank you.

Today's challenge is about shamelessly reliving your favorite childhood activity.

Think about the last time you did something that was really just for fun. Seriously, just fun and not for any other reasons.

Maybe it's watching your favorite Kung fu movie back when you were a kid, or maybe it's drawing your favorite Disney movie characters.

Maybe it's playing Mario Kart or Goldeneye on N64 (remember slappers-only mode?). ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Whatever it is, do it and do it shamelessly.

Let's jump into this week's challenge:


๐Ÿ‘Š CHALLENGE #0019

Shamelessly relive your favorite childhood activity

Submitted by Paul Maguranis

๐ŸŽฏ Make the commitment

โœ… Challenge completed

๐Ÿ‘‰ Submit Proof Here


โ“ Why

  • Explore buried emotions. (read more)

  • Reduce stress loads, recall cherished memories. (read more)

  • Develop sense of identity and form better relationships. (read more)


๐Ÿ“š Kick Ass Reads

[Fixed] What Founders can learn from Twitchstreamers about building in public

Shoutout to Pablo for spotting my mistake (wrong link)! ๐Ÿ˜ฌ Here's an updated link to this article shared last week.

The Secret Life of Secrets by Hidden Brain

In this podcast, Shankar dives into what causes us to hide our secrets and why we do it (shame). But in fact, most of us share common secrets and we can establish better relationships when we open up. Includes a written transcript for easy reading.

The Resilient Child

Sticking with the childhood theme, here's a great article on how we can develop empathy vs. frustration when things don't go our way. If you're a parent or planning kids in the future, this is one to bookmark.

Living where we work and self-compassion

Recently came across this authentic, very open newsletter by Katie. In this issue, she shares how working where we live (our homes) can cause us angst but to be kind to ourselves.

Key takeaway: "Self-compassion makes you better at your job. Being kinder to yourself makes you kinder to others. It also helps you approach work with calmness, clarity, and vision."


๐Ÿ”จ Kick Ass Resources & Tools

HappyScribe - Automatic transcripts and subtitles for podcasts, Youtube videos, memos and much more. I use this to transcribe podcasts and my audio memos to reference later.

Nichesss - AI-generated content, ideas, landing page taglines and much more. One-time price for unlimited generations. Big fan of this tool.

XMind 8 - Free mind mapping tool that's great for mapping processes, goals, dreams, strategies and much more. I use this one all the time, including this newsletter.


โšก Kick Ass Person

Fernando Cordiero is the Founder of FeedSpark, an app that helps people become 1% better every day - and know that actionable feedback is the way to do it.

Fernando is also one of our earliest Kick Ass members and currently holds the lead in challenge proofs at 9 (blue belt)! ๐ŸŽ‰

Feel free to reach out to Fernando and say "Hi"!


๐Ÿ’ญ Kick Ass Quote

โ€œWe must never lose our sense of urgency in making improvements. We must never settle for โ€œgood enough,โ€ because good is the enemy of great.โ€ โ€• Tony Hsieh


That's it for this week. Appreciate each of you for subscribing and being part of this challenge journey.

Sometimes it can feel like we're "on" every day. Use this challenge to step back and enjoy life.

Look forward to seeing you take on this week's challenge and sharing your proofs.

Go kick some ass this week!

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