This months challenge can’t be thought of too much, so instead of writing about previous challenges and writing a text I’ll just briefly mention the idea:
Challenge #43 Drifting Towards The Goal
I’m at a very goal oriented place in Berkeley now, while also being pretty confident my plan is to move to Berkeley or Oxford. I know the general outlook of the plan, I have some particular things I have to do in mind, but for the next month I’ll let myself drift a little more. Not in a completely general direction, but any drifting that generally goes toward some of the main overarching goals. I’ve done a nice amount of work to “aid” fate by reallocating here to begin with, now let us see what fate will have to offer.
And if today’s post seems too short, here is an hour long introduction to effective altruism:
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