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Shortcuts don’t work. Do the real work and accumulate small wins.
Ideal Change Management
Break big projects down and focus on completing the small tasks.
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Just Motivation doesn’t work.
Small Micro Habits
Make your bed every morning. It can reduce stress.
Make notes when you read great books.
Revise the notes
Graphical Representations like Mind-Maps X Deepstash
Spend 1-2 Hours PerDay in Noting * Reading * Revising
Journaling helps declutter the mind.
When you come across a great book, learn to read slowly.
Multiple contemplative Reading
Keep a wisdom journal to note down lessons you come across.
Don’t trust the brain. Write things down if you want to remember.
Use brain dump to declutter your mind and thoughts.
For a calmer mind, be more present.
Wherever you are, be completely there.
Badminton * Tennis * golf * Gym [ ~ 2H per day * 15K Steps
Cardio Burn out
Quads and Joints
Static Stretches in the morning and evenings
Long Walks [ golf
To think clearly, make time for contemplations and solitude walks.
Spend time alone in the evening to set priorities for tomorrow.
Walking during Calls * Podcasts
Early Morning Fresh Air
Think Walks ] Dan Kahneman > Thinking Slow
Read books 1 Chapter Per Day at the least
Reread timeless books.
You probably missed great insight the first time.
For a productive day, work with your body, not against it.
Self-care is not selfish. Choose yourself.
You are not your career. Find yourself. Self identify is empowering.
Find and engage in activities unrelated to work.
If your beliefs are not serving you, change them
Question your assumptions.
Keep an open mind and make exploration a daily habit.
You will not always be right.
Life is like a piece of art in the making.
Success in Doing
Think process, not goals.
Think processes, systems and habits, not finite outcomes.
To get more things done, batch similar tasks together.
Actively remove distractions to improve concentration and focused work.
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