For a day, I had no motivation whatsoever. I couldn’t be bothered to look at my to-do list, let alone actually do anything on it. I thought a change of scenery might help so I walked listlessly to a cafe, but couldn’t even be bothered to go inside and order so I sat on a bench outside for half an hour. Even my normal procrastination activities were too much effort.
I loved this book, and would recommend it to any parent. The notes I’ve made for myself should give you some idea of the author’s approach and what the book covers.
Specialists get all the acclaim, but I’ve come to see “being OK-but-not-great at lots of disperate things” as a kind of superpower. Here’s why…
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By indulging in complaining, you’re voluntarily making your experience of life worse than it needs to be. Here’s how to cut it out.
Market timing usually goes badly wrong, and investors are rightly cautioned against it. But there are important exceptions…
See the system I use to plan my weeks, never forget anything, and generally stay productive – with virtually no effort required.
What we need isn’t “more time”, but “less junk”.
I’ve been taking a photo every day for months. Learn why I started doing it, and what the benefits have been.
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