“Success” isn’t just having lots of money.
Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.
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Think about what it is you want, and ask yourself this simple question:
What about ___________ is important to me?
Then put your answer into the same question. It’s good to go at least 7-questions deep into this exercise.
Mastery comes from embracing difficult emotions. You’ll face difficult emotions because, in order to gain true mastery, you must understand all sides of something.
You need to be able to integrate what you know with tons of new information and to be able to quickly connect your understanding with things from seemingly disconnected domains.
Start the day with your #1 priority.
Getting up early isn’t enough. You need to put first things first. When you put your top priorities first, then you ensure they make it into the bucket of your day. After your main priorities have been completed, the rest will fill the gaps.
The success of your morning begins the night before.
All you have to do is spend a few minutes making FIRM decisions about what you’ll do when you first wake up. You don’t need a huge to-do list. You just need to know the FIRST thing you’re going to do.
You get in life what you expect you will. This theory is based on 3 things:
"The key to financial freedom and great wealth is a person’s ability or skill to convert earned income into passive income and/or portfolio income.”
Why you should give to others:
Why you shouldn't give to others:
Only around 17 % of people are able to accurately estimate the passage of time.
Using the right tool can help by letting you know exactly how much time you spend on daily tasks, including social media, email, word processing, and apps.
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant lays out three key reciprocation styles found in the workplace:
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