“Time realists look at a task and break down the math of it. They’re conscious of how long things take, and they factor that in to their plans for the day. Time optimists, by comparison, are just that: hopeful about things they would like to do. It leads to them to overstuff their days and become frustrated when their list of to-dos doesn’t get completed.”
“There’s no getting around car insurance, unfortunately. But one way you could save money is by shopping around and comparing rates at least once a year. Fortunately, services like Gabi and The Zebra will do it for you.”
“When you nail the subject line, you automatically nail the rest of the email. Why? Well, if you’re able to describe exactly what your email is about in one short sentence, you’ve already accomplished your task.”
“If you see a proposal that looks cookie-cutter and is something they say works for every client, take that as a warning. Every business needs a different strategy.”
“To call what happens at midlife ‘a crisis’ is bullshit. A crisis is an intense, short-lived, acute, easily identifiable, and defining event that can be controlled and managed. Midlife is not a crisis. Midlife is an unraveling.”
“The best way to become a solopreneur is to start creating content. Costs are low, you can pivot quickly, and it’s largely passive income so you can fund follow-up efforts.”
“Want to keep readers engaged after your first paragraph? Focus on the action in each of your following sentences.”
“Stop blaming the media platforms for your own wallowing in small-minded twitter gossip about people. Strength train to the point where you decide whether to be there or elsewhere.”
“There are no experts, only varying degrees of ignorance.” — Amit Trivedi
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