You Get What You Focus On

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You get what you focus on. If you focus on distractions, you will be distracted. If you focus on the next novelty, the next interesting thing that might capture your attention, your results will reflect the fact that you were distracted. If you focus on excuses, you will find … [Read more...]

Two Bites of Dessert

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I read somewhere once that the maximum amount of pleasure you can derive from eating dessert comes in the first two bites. Any bite beyond the second bite doesn’t increase the pleasure. In fact, it reduces it. The same is true for the distractions and novelties that engage your … [Read more...]