Stop Learning

Practice instead. Learning means being receiving information and keeping it stored as knowledge. It’s a really useful skill to have. Practicing, on the other hand, is finding ways to apply knowledge until you get good at it. It’s very easy to sit back and learn. Play some background music while Continue Reading

Don’t Say No For Someone Else

It’s easy to look at a job posting and think we aren’t qualified. It’s natural to want to share something new and think we aren’t worthy. It’s just human nature to look at ourselves and think we aren’t enough But if we don’t believe in ourselves, who will? Go into Continue Reading

Want to Talk To The CEO of Google?

You’re probably thinking it’s not possible. When Tim Ferris challenged a lecture hall of Princeton students to contact the highest profile person they can (George Bush, Bill Gates, etc.) and ask them a question, no one did anything. Even though the prize was a free round-trip ticket to the destination Continue Reading

Organize By Essence

There’s so much to do each day. And often it feels like so little time to do it. But the truth is, there is a lot of time. 24 hours can be utilized extremely well, even considering 8 hours of sleep, 2 hours of eating, 1 hour of exercise, etc. Continue Reading

Time To Start Planting

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” I definitely could’ve utilized my quarantine time better. I could have written more, read more, learned more. But needless to say, I haven’t used my time in a way I wish I had. Continue Reading

Why I Love Whiteboards

I love whiteboards. For some reason, I always feel like I’m tapping into creative juices whenever I’m using them. And I just don’t get the same feeling when I’m working out problems on pen and paper. But this goes beyond the feeling. Whiteboards are magical for one reason: They can Continue Reading

It’s Not Always About Ease

The fact that most poor habits are common is explained by the idea that they have easy and instantaneous rewards. And most productive habits are rare because they have hard and far-away rewards. It’s often easy to think of lying and telling the truth within these categories as well. As Continue Reading