Goals help us make leaps. Habits help us get a little bit better every day.
By sticking to your boundaries you can build that business you’ve always wanted.
Replace word business with: life, health, book, race, adventure, etc
How to Maximize Your Focus and Master Your Priorities](http://jamesclear.com/buffett-focus) via James Clear.
If I’m going to spend time learning something, I want it to be as timeless as possible.**
If you want to learn something that’s been proven useful, that’s been tested for dozens of years classic books are best source of knowledge.
Some list of classic books to pick from:
[The 100 greatest non-fiction books] (https://www.theguardian.com/books/2011/jun/14/100-greatest-non-fiction-books)
Nicholas Bates shares 22 Ways to Build Your Personal Brand in the Large Organisation
but it doesn’t mean you should not have a Study Plan.
with Dakota Jones. A short movie from a trip to Patagonia.
If you are a fan of Nicholas Bate writing and ideas he has a treat for you.
On Thursday 23rd March he will be running a seminar covering the principles and tactics of productivity and getting things done. Details:
There’s an infinite selection of activities in the world that might bring some value. If you insist on labeling every activity avoided as value lost, then no matter how frantically you fill your time, it’s unavoidable that the final tally of your daily experience will be infinitely negative.
A very compeling argument, why one should limit/drop use of social media.
I’m always interested in learning about other people’s reading habits especially those who read and write a lot.
Recently came across this gem by Patrick O’Shaughnessy – Reading Tweet Storm
Nicholas Bate has good outline in Break Out of The Urban Zoo
with Nicholas Bate’s Productivity 4
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