I gave my father a bit of advice for improving in his favorite hobbies.
1. IDENTIFY YOUR TIME SUCKERS Every one of us does one, or two, or a few things each day that sucks up our time. Think time wasters, like scrolling your phone, or looking for something to watch, browsing, or “checking in, or up” on the intangibles (your Fantasy Draft, your e-mail, your social media feeds).…
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