That’s why I follow all the great productivity gurus, such as David Allen, Craig Jarrow, Tiago Forte, Stephen Covey, Michael Sliwinski, Julie Morgenstern, and, of course, Tim Ferriss.
I’m also an avid reader.
That’s why I’ve read most of the productivity bestsellers by both well-known and unknown authors.
Obviously, I’ve read Tim Ferriss’ bestseller “The 4-hour work week”.
I write this article because I think you can see Tim Ferriss’ 4-hour work week as the solution to all your problems and, in my case, I found it very hard to implement his recipes, although I read the book…
You don’t want to be stupid.
That’s why we don’t pay attention to stupid things.
We don’t pay attention to stupid things because we think they’re just that: stupid.
The story is the deepest things and knowledge about life are disguised by stupid ones. We just have to pay attention and look for them.
They taught us at school we should pursue complicated things. Stupid ones are for losers. Just pay attention to seriousness if you want to be an A.
But life is simple. We’re simple. You’re simple. I’m simple.
It sounds like a cliche and, just because of…
I can perfectly remember my obsession to create a different project, talking about human relationships inside the company.
I have to be honest with you: I got burned in large companies (I tried 5).
I was 26, and, at that age, utopian ideas are allowed.
The point is, I succeeded, and, today, 20 years later, everything I had in my mind has been implemented.
I was lucky and, just one year and a half after creating my first company, I met my today’s business partner, who thought exactly like me (maybe that’s why we’re still together, after almost 18 years).
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After doing so, you need to analyze and draw conclusions.
That’s what I will do along with this article.
On September 25th, 2020, I wrote this article: “Why I Do Think Notion Software Can Change Your Life”.
Today, 3 months later, I can definitely affirm, fortunately, I was right.
Notion software and August Bradley’s PPV methodology were a life-changing milestone for me in 2020. Period.
What do you think about all these words?
Yesterday, I read this article about the “Top 9 most influential salespeople of all time” on SalesRabbit.
I have to say it out loud: I don’t like selling. In fact, I hate it. I prefer to organize, optimize processes, navigate deep into knowledge, create new things by combining ideas, deep-focus work. That’s what I am. That’s who I am.
I don’t like the traditional selling way, where you have to dedicate your time and life to convince a guy he should buy your product or service. I see it as a waste of time.
My father is a classic salesman…
In this article, Joseph J. Luciani, Ph.D. and clinical psychologist in private practice for almost four decades, say it out loud: “80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail”.
Yesterday, I achieved what I consider a big goal in my life. Accumulating 448 yoga practices in just a year. That equals 161 hours. Quite a lot.
This article is not intended for bragging. It’s just to show and prove anyone can achieve this type of goal and, most important, effortlessly. Yes, it’s true. You don’t need the effort to accomplish your goals in life.
I’m kind of a productivity geek. When we talk about productivity, time management appears immediately. Time is our most important asset. Without it, we’re nothing. That’s what happens when we die. We have no time left. Game over. At least here, on Earth.
In this essay, “Does time management work? A meta-analysis”, Brad Aeon, Aïda Faber, and Alexandra Panaccio conclude:
“We also note that time management seems to enhance wellbeing — in particular, life satisfaction — to a greater extent than it does performance. …
We’re in a world where everything that doesn’t sound like “online”, “digital”, “millennial”, “Y”, or “Z” equals nothing. It’s like there’s no other world. From day to night we’ve all become digital species, “zoom zombies” who don’t need to touch, to give a hug, to feel a real world, a real life.
This perspective affects entrepreneurs, especially the youngest ones. A lot of them think there’s no life over the 40s. We don’t need to check essays or reports like this, from the Equality and Human Rights Commission in the UK, or this, from the U.S. …
Meditation. It sounds kind of cliche. That’s what I thought for an extended period of my life: candles, incense, and all the stuff you may imagine. Was I wrong? Today, I can definitely say I was. Will it work for everybody? Be sure it won’t.
But, if you’re here it’s because, at least, you’re curious about it.
I always say when something’s done or practiced by a lot of people, you should pay attention to it, look for information, investigate, see if it’s worth it.
That’s why I started digging into the meditation world. …