“Immediately after every lecture, meeting, or any significant experience, take 30 seconds — no more, no less — to write down the most important points. If you always do just this, said his grandfather, and even if you only do this, with no other revision, you will be okay.”
According to Dan Sullivan, a lot of entrepreneurs fail because they have the habit of focusing on the gap between where they are and where they want to be, instead of focusing on the gap between where they started and where they are now.
…erability. I am broadcasting — a far less personal or emotionally risky endeavor than conversation. Broadcasting things may make you someone worth listening to, but only conversation can confirm to people that you’re someone worth truly knowing. Those two ideas, and those two classes of people, are poles apart. Becoming someone worth knowing …
…tive, or controller. In many ways, location data is some of the best data to have because it is not based on your opinion (likes, shares, comments) but rather it’s based on your behavior. As our grandparents taught us: Actions speak louder than words.
… known psychologist explained that the brain looks at the newsfeed and interprets it as one person: Everyone’s highlight reel turns into one superhuman who you need to keep up with at all times. All of a sudden, you need to travel to Italy, get a graduate degree, get married, have a baby, buy a house, all in the next year.