Believe it or not, I’m actually naturally a disorganized person.
It’s often people who don’t have natural strengths in an area that rise to high levels of performance — because they’re forced to learn the fundamentals and first principles in order to be effective.
It’s a long story about how I first started doing it — the short answer is that I was working on both China-time and USA-time and taking long naps mid-day, and so I just re-planned each day and ran my morning routine each morning as if it was a new day.
There were a few requests for that — I’d have to clean it up a lot so it made sense for general usage, but I’ll likely write something up and make a template that’s usable, probably in the next month or two. Thanks.
If there’s interest, I’ll take the time to write it up — the data there is a mix of not-so-useful without context and some of it is sensitive. I could clarify it and clean it up for general usage if there’s enough interest.
Huge congratulations — bittersweet indeed, but the Ring MD team is such an incredible group that no doubt many of the pioneering successes will continue to change lives for the better and expand healthcare access worldwide.
You’re an inspiration across the board Justin — to your team, colleagues, friends, acquaintances, and…
That’s a very tricky question. There’s something to be said for doing just one thing at a time sequentially… but if you need to wait once you start a campaign to see how it works, it could make sense to test a few at a time.