Michael Wade is Plodding Along
Some Summer Reading Lists – you will never run out of things to read.
1/ Deliberate practice is widely considered to be the recipe for success, but there are some crucial caveats to understand about it.
Improve Your Privacy in the Age of Mass Surveillance – a good reminder to review some of your tools and settings.
1. Should you write a book? You will always have something better to do, and thus IQ and conscientiousness are not necessarily your friends in this endeavor. And you are used to having them as your friends in so much of what you do.
7 more points are over at Marginal Revolution
A Dozen Things Charlie Munger has said about Reading via 25iq.com
it helps with focus and concentration.
I really enjoyed this podcast interview with David Sax about re-emergence of analog and it’s not just pens and notebooks.
A great list of questions
Beliefs drive behaviours drive results.
and 6 other Mindset basics from Nicholas Bate
[Productivity] serves the same psychological role that busyness has always served: to keep us sufficiently distracted that we don’t have to ask ourselves potentially terrifying questions about how we are spending our days. – Oliver Burkeman