- 43 Things – good way to bring people onto the Internet before blogging was popular.
- 750 Words – getting people to write.
- Health Month – getting people to create and stick to health habits.
- Way of the Duck – habits and changing your life.
- Self-published novelist, project manager at Twitter
- Twitter has values and a community feel, works to affect the future instead of optimizing things from the past; resonates with Buster.
- How do you change yourself? Through reflection, and data is a way to do this reflection.
- Interested in change and how people change, since early 2000s.
- Tracks a lot of data or data on himself, but it’s not very possible to track the intangible meaning in quality time spent with people who are important to you.
- Looks at life in reverse from the perspective of his deathbed hypothetically: it’s important to follow your passions, not let people control you or tell you what’s right or wrong.
- Realized that it’s not what you do, but what mindset you do it in. Utilizes both high and low energy mindsets.
- Works on larger view of creating habits: how can you make these tiny habits less fragile? Habits are often surrounded by circumstances of randomness; welcoming and loving the change is a good mindset to create habits. Instead of fighting against the world, you accept the change.