Deepstash brings you key ideas from the most inspiring articles like this one:
Read more efficiently
Save what inspires you
Save all ideas
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
If one day you find yourself in need to improve, you might as well take into account the following elements worthy of your attention: you ought to find an obsession that keeps your interest to i...
If you are planning on improving yourself at something in particular, you should also be prepared to work on developing some other several micro-skills necessary in order to get the job done.
It would be useful to gather up all the knowledge you have acquired up to the present moment, be it even by hours. The more, the better.
When trying to improve certain skills, bear in mind that failing is not an issue: the more you fail, the more chances you get to study your own mistakes and learn from them.
Therefore, take risks by accepting different challenges related to your passion, which could teach you valuable lessons.
Millennials are increasingly staying at home more often. Night outs, dinner parties, sporting events, and other outdoor activities are increasingly on the decline among these youngsters.
Great TV content and a whole lot of options on the internet like Netflix have contributed to the rising trend of millennials staying at home more.
New Economy Apps on the smartphone make it easier to order pizza, or anything else required to stock the fridge. It's also less risky to stay at home and one can have a more predictable and manageable kind of fun, while being in control.
The downtime that the millennials are craving more of is also related to self-care and recharging, away from the outside world.
They have countless new options of activities to do at home, be it facial care, journal writing or yoga practice.
You can’t really clean up your schedule if you don’t know what’s in it—and that includes all the things on your literal and official calendar and all the things that aren’t.
Once you know what’s on your calendar, ask yourself: “What is the purpose of each thing on here? Are we accomplishing that or does something need to change?”
Question each task. Start with recurring meetings, which can very easily build up and take over your calendar.
... and put them in one of four quadrants: