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…last 5% on top of doing things that matter. They help you make final improvements from a 94 to a 99, but doing something well is useless if you shouldn’t be doing it well in the first place.
…weet), we are hit with a dollop of dopamine, our reward hormone. Our brains love that dopamine, and so we’re encouraged to keep switching between small mini-tasks that give us instant gratification.
When you’re out with people breaking bread, put your phone on airplane mode.