Make as few decisions as possible. Learn meta rules that will help you eliminate or automate decision making based on their impact.
A couple of years ago I realised that I suffer from Decision Making Fatigue. These are my notes about what I learned from it and how I am trying to address it currently.
Yes everybody suffers from decision making fatigue. Some might accept and some might not. But what I have realised after some initial discussion I have heard all people accept that decision making takes up a lot of mental space and it leads to fatigue.
Summary of my notes of the TedX video by Josh Kaufman
Today I came across this TEDx video which kind of captured some of my recent fears in learning new things. This is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MgBikgcWnY&feature=youtu.be&t=396 if you would like to watch it for yourself. You can start at 396 seconds if you want to skip the intro.
Here are the notes from the talk.
This is a hugely popular quote that you would have heard time and again. If you need to become good at something you need to have at-least 10,000 hours of practice in that skill. But…
@justinsuntron collides with centralised exchanges to take over Steem blockchain.
1. Steem buys Steemit Inc the company that rolled out Steem blockchain and owns considerable Steem tokens.
3. They tried to pull off a scam. Community was quick to recognise this and called them out.
4. @justinsuntron While promising witnesses of a dialogue and that he would hear their concerns, he colludes with centralised exchanges like @binance @HuobiGlobal and @Poloniex uses the tokens stored on these exchanges to power up.
5. Using this…
Both Justin Sun and Ned Scot are misleading the crowds
If you are confused by the announcement and what it means you are not along. Many are confused. Let me start with clarifying the major confusions.
Most people had written off the concept of open source just two decades ago. But is an unstoppable force today. How can we make sure it stays this way or gets better.
Open source today is unequivocally the engine of innovation; whether that’s powering technology like operating systems, cloud, big data or IoT, or powering a new generation of open source companies delivering compelling solutions to the market.
Paul Santinelli, General Partner NORTH BRIDGE
In survey in 2016 by Blackduck, it was observed that 96% of software products developed that year used open source software. …
Not Much. But that is ok. I have made my peace with it. In fact this has helped me a lot. I have started enjoying a lot of things, without thinking what people will think about me because I know the extent of my ignorance. You should try this too. It will liberate you.
This is the TLDR version and I will be linking to this post in all my future posts.
Read on for the longer version.
I don’t claim to know everything. In fact with every passing day I am realising that I know less. I will strive…
My wife generally doesn’t loose her temper. But when she does she is a firebrand. There is one thing that triggers this side of her consistently. That trigger is when my wife sees somebody throwing plastic waste on roads. I have seen her blasting people on the go and sometimes stopping their vehicle to blast them.
I was pretty much used to these episodes but one day I blurted out “If you really care so much you should provide them alternatives. If not you are just doing all these just to make yourself feel good about it.” …
ATMAON : Though this word sounds like a Sanskrit word(In Sanskrit ATMAON means souls), it is just an acronym for my favourite phrase “According to me, as of now”.
Repeating these words in your mind when you are in a discussion, debate, fight, quarrel or when you are giving a lecture, advice, suggestion or when you are trying to prove a point to someone keeps your feet grounded, mind sane and heart happy. At-least it has worked for me.
ATMAON has two halves ATM and AON. Both of which are equally important.
The first half (According To Me) says that…
Did you know that you can clap more than once on medium articles?
If you have opened to read this article you fall into one of the following categories.
Category 1 : You didn’t know that you can clap more than once on a article.
Don’t worry you are not the only one. I bet there are many people like you. That is exactly the reasons for this small experiment. If you have not clapped more than once earlier do it now. On this article or on any other article.
I made this is as the first category as I…