I used to be like you Kris, and read predominantly non-fiction until I realized something vital. Imagine for a moment a van carrying the last copies on Earth of priceless books suddenly careens off a bridge and then explodes, burning all the books. Which books do you think people would miss more? The non-fiction/autobiography/self-improvement books…
Just Brilliant Man! I used to select passwords that remind me of something but never something that prompts me to action. I know this works because of my years of effort to master the skill of subconscious programming.
Have changed my passwords. Thanks a ton!
Last Saturday, I read the 6,000-word New York Times piece, “Inside Amazon,” in the car on my way to the beach. I sat quietly in the front seat, glued to my phone while my husband flapped his hand gesturing for help…
Focus is important but it does not require us to limit ourselves to one thing only. A selection of core interests could be beautifully cultivated and fed through relaxed exploration of domains where we prefer to be dabblers and hobbyists. The interplay between focus areas and hobby domains is where the potential for deep learning, true growth, happiness and impact lies.
The sarcasm point is crap….and no, I don’t mean real crap. I was born in Mississippi and have lived in Alabama most of my life and the people I know speak sarcasm very well, thank you.
Reading this spectacularly dim article, flavored with unwarranted self-complacency and PC, I could not help but picture all the sophisticated examples of sarcastic wit characteristic of Southern society, and particularly relished there, sailing unrecognized over this 95 IQ Yankee’s head.