3 IDEAS FROM ME I. “Most people optimize for the day ahead. A few people optimize for 1-2 years ahead. Almost nobody optimizes for 3-4 years ahead (or longer). The person who is willing to delay…
«Look around the rooms where you spend the most time. What behavior does this space encourage? How can you set things up to make your good habits easier?»
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«It is important to keep each habit reasonable, so that you can maintain momentum and make the behavior as easy as possible to accomplish.»
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«Imagine the most important goal or project you are working on right now. Now fast forward six months and assume the project or goal has failed.»
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«if you completely ignored your goals and focused only on your system, would you still succeed?»
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«Simplify your life, learn how to say no, change your environment, reduce the number of responsibilities that you take on, and otherwise eliminate the forces that are holding you back.»
3 IDEAS FROM ME I. “Before you try to increase your willpower, try to decrease the friction in your environment.” II. “Your habits are how you embody a particular identity. When you make your bed,…
«Author Leo Tolstoy on the opinions of others: “If you care too much about being praised, in the end you will not accomplish anything serious.»
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«A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.»
3 IDEAS FROM ME I. “It’s better to be alone than to spend time with toxic people. It’s better to do nothing than to work on something that doesn’t matter. It’s better to rest than to climb the wrong…
«The Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi on how to approach life: “To the most trivial actions, attach the devotion and mindfulness of a hundred monks. To matters of life and death, attach a sense of humor.”»
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«By simply removing yourself from an environment that triggers all of your old habits, you can make it easier to break bad habits and build new ones.»
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«If you want to do it, do it. You don't need to be tapped, appointed, chosen, or nominated to live a good life. You don't need to be selected for greatness, just start living it»
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«I would tell myself to focus on my strengths, and not on my weaknesses»
3 IDEAS FROM ME I. “On the ground, a rock is just a rock. But when moving at high speed through the atmosphere, a rock becomes a meteor—alive with fire and burning bright. People are not so different.…
«When you buy something cheap and bad, the best you’re going to feel about it is when you buy it. When you buy something expensive and good, the worst you’re going to feel about it is when you buy it»
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