Understanding carpe diem is easy; living it is harder
Ours is a culture that measures our worth as human beings by our efficiency, our earnings, our ability to perform this or that. The cult…
I think William Penn summed it up the best when he said: “Time is what we want most, but what we use worse.”
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I can tell you for a fact that the key to success is not waking up at 4 am.
Some steps on a journey to achieving balance via clearing my brain in interstitial spaces and scheduling in time to step back
How to prevent your creator’s brain from tricking itself into mediocrity
“You can increase your problem-solving skills by honing your question-asking ability.” — Michael J. Gelb
You already use Maps to navigate. Now use them to remind yourself of places you want to visit or places you liked the most.
Making this shift in your learning habits will allow you to develop skills at a much quicker rate.