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Don't Think. Just Do

Don't Think. Just Do

  • The first few failures are going to look like crap. Ultimately, those crappy results will teach you the art of crafting your best outcomes.
  • You will start to own the game. Because you know that the n’th time you fail in the task, you’ll fail better.
  • So yes, procrastination will lose it’s part in your work-frame!
  • You’ll start to do things better and faster.

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The Art of Starting

“Preparation leads to clarity”, I’d boast. But, It took me a hell load of missed deadlines to intake the classic truth: it’s better to face failure and learn what’s necessary than to muse in my imagination that I’ll never fail when prepared. This bitter-sweet realization eventually made me break-up with my long preparation schedules.

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Work in chunks

Our brain focuses best in short spurts, so dedicating 25 minutes to one activity, taking a five-minute break, and then resuming that activity or switching to another activity for another 25 minutes will help.

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