I recently read that the average person spends 36 minutes per day on Facebook. If you are average, you spend 219 hours a year scrolling a site designed to keep your attention for as long as possible, and one using every psychological reward system…Continue Reading
Every task you scratch off your to-do list is only replaced by three more. Responding to an email only returns two more, both of which make some commitment on your time. There is never enough time to get everything done and, over time, you fall…Continue Reading
Some time ago, I removed the social apps from my phone. Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. LinkedIn. Snapchat (an app I have never entirely understood).
I removed these apps because I no longer welcome the interruptions, the notifications, or the…Continue Reading
Your present cannot in any way impact your past, but your past can—and will—impact your future.
Nothing you do today is going to change your past. Our perception of time flows only in one direction. There is an old saying that we are “too soon…Continue Reading
Whatever is your most important outcome, do the work required until completion, or until you have made enough progress to reach a natural breaking point—and enough progress to stay on course. If you don’t start with the most important outcome,…Continue Reading