Focus On Learning and Creating Rather Than Entertainment and Distraction
Anthony Moore
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I dislike pep talk-y (sic) posts with already known and understood somewhat “motivation speech” style self-improvement talking points that anyone could write. This is particularly so when the talking points don’t appear to be derived from a list of proven, demonstrated accomplishments that I can access.

I still feel this was written well and takes some good ideas and makes them very accessible. I enjoyed reading this article. Thanks for putting it together.