I’ve always felt uncomfortable talking about money. Ever since I’ve started reading about the topic, my opinion has changed drastically.
A while ago, I wrote about the fear of holding back in life. I felt this way about my writing, so recently, I decided to challenge this idea.
Nowadays, it’s extremely easy to feel overwhelmed with things. The solution is to determine what’s essential and ignore everything else.
This Week’s BIG Idea There’s a quote from Atomic Habits that says: “Mastery requires patience.” Sometimes I feel like I’m so eager to do certain things that I rush the process, which negatively affects the results. In this day and age, patience is a superpower. We’ve reached the point where someone who can just sit
This Week’s BIG Idea For the last couple of days, I’ve been thinking about new habits to start in 2024. The year is almost over and a new year is always a good chance to reflect on the habits that worked, as well as the ones that didn’t. That said, I’m already doing the 20%
Now that the year is almost over, I’ve been thinking about goal setting a lot and I arrived at some life-changing conclusions.
When it comes to business, people tend to overcomplicate things, but there’s an alternative. When in doubt, simplify everything.
This Week’s BIG Idea At the end of The Shawshank Redemption, Andy Dufresne, a man sentenced to life imprisonment decides to escape the maximum security prison. In the dead of night, he enters a tunnel he had dug for two decades, uses a rope to reach a narrow sewage pipe, goes through it, and successfully
Lately, though, I found the hidden power of doing nothing. How is it that cultivating the art of doing nothing has boosted my productivity?