Joined Jul 21, 2020
Having routinary days for months on end will eventually make time feel like it's slipping through our fingers.
As Marc Wittman, psychologist and time researcher said, "routine kills our memory for respective intervals". New experiences make indents in our memories thus giving us the perception of lengthened time.
When nothing meaningful happens to us our brains don't have anything for it to record.
Many motivational speakers have mentioned the three to four hour biological limit of creative work that can be accomplished in a day.
Great polymaths and thinkers highlight this short amount of working hours when the creative juices flow.
Manual labour, which is mostly assembly line work, or mindless administrative chores like creating reports can be done for far longer.
“A person’s success in life can usually be measured by the number of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have.”
Procrastination is more about our emotions than our tendencies for laziness or just being “bad at deadlines”. At its core, we procrastinate to keep ourselves happy in the moment.
We procrastinate because our brains are wired to care more about our present comfort than our future happiness.
A dream is the root of all success, for having a dream does not limit you on what you can do. Successful people allow themselves to lean back and imagine the kind of life that is possible for them.
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