“There is a difference between moving fast and rushing.
You can move fast and be thoughtful. When you rush, you sacrifice thoughtfulness.
Conversely, when you are thoughtful but not moving fast, you are overthinking it. Procrastination in disguise.
Don’t rush, but don’t wait.”
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Mathematician and philosopher Gian-Carlo Rota on teaching:
“A good teacher does not teach facts, he or she teaches enthusiasm, open-mindedness and values.”
What if you stopped trying to think your way through it and started to act your way through it?
You do not rise to the level of your goals.
You fall to the level of your systems.
Goals are important but...systems are more important! 😊
“Most people optimize for the day ahead. A few people optimize for 1-2 years ahead. Almost nobody optimizes for 3-4 years ahead (or longer).
The person who is willing to delay gratification longer than most reduces competition and gains a decisive advantage.
Patience is power.”
3 short ideas from James Clear — the author of Atomic Habits, 2 quotes from other people, and 1 question for you.
"If you never copy best practices, you’ll have to repeat all the mistakes yourself.
If you only copy best practices, you’ll always be one step behind the leaders."
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