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211/365 Anti-goals

211/365 Anti-goals

According to Scott Dinsmore of Live Your Legend (7), Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest people in the world, recommends a 2-list approach to goal setting. Once you’ve narrowed down your goals to top-25, create two lists: List A: with your top-5 goals, to which you commit yourself fully List B: with the remaining 20—these become your ‘avoid-at-all-cost’ anti-goals. From …

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210/365 Planning to fall

210/365 Planning to fall

Assume you will fall off track and plan for it. Get back on track as soon as you can. Monitor your progress—it helps with motivation and reinforces the habit cycle as the behaviour becomes automatic. From "Laser-Sharp Focus. A No-Fluff Guide to Improved Concentration, Maximised Productivity and Fast-Track to Success" by Joanna Jast

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209/365 Simple is not clutter-free

209/365 Simple is not clutter-free

"Simplicity is not the absence of clutter, that’s a consequence of simplicity. Simplicity is somehow essentially describing the purpose and place of an object and product. The absence of clutter is just a clutter-free product. That’s not simple." - Jonathan Ive From "Secrets of Productive People: 50 Techniques To Get Things Done: Teach Yourself" by Mark Forster

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208/365 Against busyness

208/365 Against busyness

There is another factor which makes it difficult to keep a narrow focus. I became very aware of this when I was giving seminars and coaching individuals in time management. This factor is that many people are very protective of their workloads. It’s almost as if being overly busy is an important element of their self-image. Anyone who wants to …

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207/365 Don't think old

207/365 Don't think old

If you were primed to think of old age, you would tend to act old, and acting old would reinforce the thought of old age. From "Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman

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206/365 You don't know yourself

206/365 You don't know yourself

The notion that we have limited access to the workings of our minds is difficult to accept because, naturally, it is alien to our experience, but it is true: you know far less about yourself than you feel you do. - From "Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman

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205/365 Intuition = Recognition

205/365 Intuition = Recognition

The situation has provided a cue; this cue has given the expert access to information stored in memory, and the information provides the answer. Intuition is nothing more and nothing less than recognition. - From "Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman

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