MORE IDEAS FROM The 4-Hour Workweek
Most information is time-consuming and unnecessary. You should be critical with what you look at, read, or watch daily.
The low-information diet:
99% of the people in the world are convinced they are incapable of achieving great things so they aim for the mediocre. Competition is strong for realistic goals.
Excitement is the more practical synonym for happiness, and it's the thing what you should pursue. Boredom is the enemy, not failure.
An interruption is anything that prevents the start-to-finish completion of a critical task.
Create an automated vehicle for generating cash without consuming time:
What you do is far more important than how you do it. Efficiency is important, but it’s redundant unless it’s being applied to the right things.
To be productive:
It means applying timelines to what most would consider dreams:
It requires relocating to one place for one to six months before going home or moving to another locale.
Money is multiplied in practical value depending on the number of W’s you control in your life:
Without writing, it's pretty hard to capture and freeze your thinking, so that you can sharpen it: for example, observing when you're using words that are not well defined or when you're saying things that don't need to be said.
It means aiming to combine a few skills that are not usually combined.
If you associate two valuable skills that are even more valuable together (for example, computer science and a law degree, or math and public speaking), you will have a competitive advantage that allows you to reach the top of the earning power.
It is a philosophical system that concentrates on separating the things you can control from the things you cannot control and then teaches you to introduce in your daily routine habits that help you focus most of your energy on the things that are under your control.
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