Tim Daulby


I'm a pretty self-reflective person. I like to think about why I'm doing what I'm doing. I like to think about what I could be doing better. I like to learn about others doing things better than I am.
I take a lot in. Reading articles, books, newsletters. Listening to podcasts, audiobooks, YouTube.

It's valuable if I process it or it's merely entertainment if I don't.

Journalling and note-taking is my go to. Better yet is sharing the ideas with people. What if I did both?

On timdaulby.com for example.

Last updated: 2024-04-19

Timeline for Context:

Comfortable with Change

Before going to university, my wife had lived in 2 houses, both in Oxford. I had lived in 11, in 10 different towns. My Dad was in the military, so we moved a lot. I had to make friends from scratch in a new school or pre-school 9 times before I was 11. It has made me resilient to change in a way that is unfamiliar to a lot of British people I meet.

It could also be the cause of my preference to think outside of the box. I love to re-imagine the world I'm in. When I'm at work, if anyone says "that can't be changed", I remain unconvinced. I'm happy to challenge every assumption (which can create some conflict...). It's easy for me to suggest solutions that involve changing things no one else thought to. Unfortunately, no one else wants to.

One of the things I think about most is the church. So you can imagine that I think about lots of changes. We changed our small group, and that's going well. I ran a church internship, but on campus instead of in church, and that went well. I expect you'll read about changing the church a lot on this website when I have the time to write. Ultimately, Jesus changed everything, so as long as he's leading, we can expect some change. I'm comfortable with that.

Questions? Thoughts?

I will write more here in the future. But for now I have other projects going on. For example, I'm learning HTML and CSS from Head First HTML and CSS 2e which makes this website possible. This website isn't a wordpress site. It hasn't required any fancy tools. Just static HTML written in TextEdit.

In the meantime you can say hello.

Maybe you're wondering why "Me in 10 Minutes". Well, until I decide what I want my website to be I'm just borrowing inspiration from Derek Sivers.