There are two types of reading: passive and active. What most people considered to be reading is passive reading. Why? Because it is easy. Or because…
❓Question of the Week: What’s your morning routine? Morning routine is so important as it sets you up for the day. Have a bad morning and your whole day…
❓Question of the Week: What systems have you figured out that has impacted you the most in your life? For me, fitness was the first system I cracked…
❓Question of the Week: What are the things that are currently stopping you from taking actions towards your goals?
❓Question of the Week: What’s the 1 - 3 high impact actions that you have taken from lessons learned in non-fiction books? Zeroton, where we convert…
❓Question of the Week: How many tasks on your to-do list are predictable? How many are unpredictable? What methods are you using to deal with context…
❓Question of the Week: What are your top productivity hacks? Just like with most things, there’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the productivity…
The mindset of optionality is a good one. However, keeping options open often means not committing. This results in doing many things at once and…
❓ Question of the Week: What seeds are you planting in 2021 and WHY? It’s easy to fall into the trap of FOMO and start picking up different projects…
In most games, there are something called the logbook. The logbook is simple — it tracks all your actions (decisions) and results. So… what is the…
❓Question of the Week: How many Fast Burnout vs Slow Cook projects do you have? Most burnt outs come from the fact that you have too many fast burnout…
❓Question of the Week: Are you a generalist or a specialist? People often confuse lack of specialty with being a generalist. That’s simply not the case…