I am thinking of what I will do after my Master’s degree. I am thinking of starting a linkedin for a consulting business regarding HR and management practices.
I think this is Stark speaking to me right now and making me ask the right question! I’ll have to start working on this in the summer of 2021, this is where I decide if I will work in a company or start my new consulting practice (which is pretty hard since I don’t have any experience!).
I think the best course of action would be to go and work for a tech firm for a couple of years and then become a consultant (I would still get at least 60K+ per year I think)! Or jump as a junior consultant maybe! I’ve seen business model where you are a contractor of other consulting business and they call you when they need your help!
Update regarding Khan : I am currently in the phase where I am becoming accustomed to the results. Truth is, I still see I am on Khan, I do 3-4 loops of my terminus custom every week. I am starting back to build good habits (or trying), it is hard as always. But I am very social and can talk to people.
My libido is still low since I haven’t recovered 100% from my sarm usage… I wrote about it in my journal but I continued sarms during my knee recovery. My physiotherapist and my doctor told me my recuperation was amazing, which was my main objective at the moment. Now, my hormones are rebalancing.
My Nutrition is crazy consistent :
- Avocados (2-3 avocados per day for Monounsaturated fat and vitamins)
- Horse meat (rich in L-Carnitine, which are proven to upregulate testosterone receptors, lots of good vitamins for testosterone)
- Oatmeal (great source of carbs, I eat it with cinnamon, which is great for insulin sensitivity and I add a little bit of stevia for taste, which is also good for insulin sensitivity)
- MCT oil (liquid coconut oil, which is 93% MCT, excellent to boost the metabolism)
- Fava beans (from time to time, which contains natural Levadopa, is known to boost testosterone)
- Vegetables (greens, garlic, onions)
- Eggs (rich in good fat, b vitamins, choline and other stuff)
- Cottage cheese
- Bread (every other day)
I currently eat something like 200-250 grams of carbs per day, more than 100-110g of fat per day and 150 grams of protein per day. I also add my omega 3, a multivitamin and probiotic for a healthy gut. High amount of monounsaturated fat in nutrition have been correlated with higher testosterone levels.
I do like one day a week where I go low fat (40g and eat a shit ton of white rice to boost my metabolism).