If You Have to Ask, That’s Your Answer – The best things in life are self-evident—i.e., if you have to ask if you have them, then it means you don’t. If you have to ask if you’re happy, then you’re probably not. If you have to ask if someone loves you, then they probably don’t. If you have to ask if you are successful, then you’re probably not. If you have to ask if you are healthy, then you probably are not. Etc. We intuitively understand this, yet we avoid it. We overcomplicate things.
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Timeboxing is a very simple concept where you give yourself a certain amount of time for a certain task. This stands in contrast to the “normal” way of working, which is to just work on a task until it’s done.
Don’t allow any interruptions during your timeboxes.
Parkinson’s Law says that time expands with a task at hand. This means that you’ll need as much time for a task as how much you give.
10 min read · 2020-12-23 · The other day I made an advice thread based on Jacobian’s from last year! If you know a source for one of these, shout and I’ll edit it in. Possessions 1 .If you want to find out about people’s…
Are you on the fence about breaking up or leaving your job? You should probably go ahead and do it. People, on average, end up happier when they take the plung
Discipline is superior to motivation. The former can be trained, the latter is fleeting. You won’t be able to accomplish great things if you’re only relying on motivation.
Compliment people more. Many people have trouble thinking of themselves as smart, or pretty, or kind, unless told by someone else. You can help them out.
4 min read · Aug 27th · One of the ways in which we can accelerate, and keep faith with, change is to look forward to a time when it has occurred and anticipate what it might be like to have made progress with our psyches.…
Inner critic: You have wasted so much time. Self-loving reply: To which the only answer is love: love what remains of our days, love charity, self-forgiveness, mercy, modesty, acceptance, appreciation and gratitude.
understand that the noblest kind of love springs from sympathy for what is weak and malformed, not from admiration for what is flawless and serene.