Disclaimer: I don't claim to be an expert. The stuff in this email could be false. If you use it, use it at your own risk. Also, since about 7/05, I've earnestly tried to keep my large-scale internet presence politically/religiously neutral. Stepping on big toes with such new and powerful technology seems highly incautious in my case.
1. Use my little python scheduling script, a cold-shower-negative-punishment schedule, and a public confession routine in the form of a web page recording my daily estimate of my "successfulnesss" that day (by percentage, about 75% of which is planned to be dependent only on whether I have followed my own punishment/reinforcement schedule) to hopefully develop more organization and self-discipline than I have ever had before.
2. Leave much of the time for unscheduled exploration, to avoid external time-manipulation techniques which might otherwise "guide" the course of my mind in ways to which I would not consciously consent.
3. Unless my plans change: Spend much of the time working on starting a little game-programming business (Nothing too big or fancy, at first), and much of the time developing a simple, unpowered exoskeleton for myself to protect my back (I've mentioned the scoliosis which wikipedia says puts me in a less than 1 out of 2500 class) and possibly lead to other things.
Speaking of 1, why in the heck didn't I think of cold showers as a negative punishment earlier? They work great! I thought about negative punishments, but this one didn't strike me until I was almost 30. What a waste. Oh well. Hopefully, I'll have a few years left to accomplish stuff. Every few years I've seemed to learn something which has left my world-view reeling to the point where I have had to readjust my course substantially and reconsider things for a few months, and plot a new course, as I have in the last 6 rather unproductive months.
Oh well. Apparently on course now. Charge!
"I feel so Alive! For the very fist time! And I think I could fly!"