This week, I finally got back to drawing. Going to get back to believing in the process. If I show up and draw, I’ll get better at drawing. Reading about deliberate practice won’t be as good as actually practicing drawing, even if that practice doesn’t 100% fit the guidelines for what makes it deliberate.
I finished reading The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis. I really enjoyed it. It’s about Daniel Kahneman, author of Thinking, Fast and Slow, and his friendship with Amos Tversky, his collaborator for many years. It touches on relationships, academia, credit, military duty, and thinking.
I also finished reading Tokyo Vice by Jake Adelstein. It’s another book I really enjoyed.