But you can only try and attain so much when you are willing to fail. Successful people are great at taking risks. They are willing to learn from it and take action against it. You should be willing to fail if you want to be more productive.
If I were to start with negative influences first, the rest of the day is an uphill battle to reach positivity.
Everybody has an idea that they want to get off the ground. Everybody thinks his or hers is the greatest undiscovered secret mankind doesn’t yet know about.
We’re not very good at sticking to what we say we’ll do. Our thoughts and actions often diverge without us having much control over it.
So I’ve been thinking about productivity. What it means, how it matters, and why I find myself caring about it.
Even if they are serious opportunities, even if it will only take 15 minutes, even if it’s something that everyone else does, I’d like to avoid it.
With so much distraction, uninterrupted focus is a rare superpower these days.
The key is not to be productive. The key is to ask good questions.
We’re so bound to more tasks, more work, and more hustle. On the flip side, sufficient break and good rest are equally important, if not crucial.
“The lack of money is the root of all evil.” — Mark Twain