…, Pablo Picasso, Benjamin Franklin, Eleanor Roosevelt, and hundreds of others have talked about how procrastination is the enemy of results.
…en this is the environment we want to improve the most. If there’s one thing Jim Bunch taught me it was to work on the environments that you could immediately make upgrades to.
…is is just an excuse he made up). My answer to that attitude is that you simply have to consult the information given with every vote, as they adopt a fairly neutral position. And when you wish more information …
…lish. I will always be grateful that going to Harvard put me on a near-equal footing with classmates whose parents are CEOs, heads-of-state, and world-renowned thought-leaders. I will always be gratefu…
hat led to waves of momentum. The harder things were, t…ps of effort that led to waves of momentum. The harder things were, the longer they lasted. And the more I appreciated them.
…t when things are so bad.” It’s “Why don’t I care about anything. I don’t care about myself. I don’t care about anyone else.”
…ed at the idea of playing guitar on the street for money, flipping pancakes, or doing freelance odd-jobs online, any of which might be the very means to achieve the life described.