Return from Korea Trip. New mind!

Hello, world! Another semester has successfully come to an end. I received approval for the senior recital at school, and I finished with most of my classes with A's. After summer break started, I went on a 3-week trip in my homeland Korea! Now that I'm back from this long trip, I took a look at Twitter and noticed my dear friend Jason Lee's commitment to daily updates about game dev and I really admire his endurance!

This morning, I woke up and wrote my first 20 List that I haven't written in a while. I wanted to be shameless of it and share it with the world! This is my way of staying committed to my work!

  1. Read the Bible for 15 minutes and start the morning with a prayer.

  2. Write this 20 list every day.

  3. Jog for 15 minutes and do Push-ups & Sit Ups.

  4. Set aside some time and do Composition & SFX work for 2 hours a day each.

  5. Prepare for my senior recital.

  6. Play a new game for an hour.

  7. Finish Pokemon Deck Building Game game dev.

  8. Post on my website about my GDC experience!

  9. Update my Website with the updated portfolio of games.

  10. Go to meetups and events in LA!

  11. Charisma on Command videos and daily confidence practice!

  12. Write on my Blog every day, and keep up with Twitter and Facebook!

  13. Study Wwise middleware & study to get Licensed!

  14. Freestyle on my Violin and Piano for 20 minutes

  15. Learn how to play the guitar.

  16. Score study with Listening for 30 minutes a day.

  17. Watch new videos on GDC Vault.

  18. Apply for Music competitions with my current compositions.

  19. Study my Theory book - 10 pages per day.

  20. Prepare for game events that I need to go to. GDC, GSC, Casual Connect, E3, and more.

Let's work around the idea that I'll be sleeping at 12 every night, and waking up at 6 every morning. I also need to spend some time with my family and my love, as well as do things for fun! But I need to keep in mind that I'm on limited time and I'll have to stay busy if I am to keep up with the rest of the world.

Let's do this!