At some point, consistency stops working.
As I was rinsing the bowl, I remembered this story
Uncertainty sucks. Big time. We hate it. Hate it. But we also know it’s what stands between us and the things that make life worth living.
What if, what if, what if. But what if I don’t?
There are only two ways to look at the world: One is that nothing matters, the other is that everything does. Both are true.
The more irrational your goal, the more rational habits you need to accomplish it.
Forget the vastness that’s out there. It does nothing for you.
I’d rather choose meaning than misery.
Don’t make your partner the center of your life. Make your life the center of your life.
If your schedule, your friends’ list, your life is too packed with obligations, there’s no space for serendipity to even occur.
Here’s the myth: If you can hack yourself to do ever more, you’ll eventually reach a point where you can do everything you need to in any given week.
Good communication is always simple.
Understanding the two different types of procrastination will bring you true peace of mind.
And start caring about what matters.
Don’t forget…to engage with all of us.
If you’ve ever watched a Kung Fu movie, you’ve witnessed a fascinating relationship: the unity of fast and slow.