The line between fear and excitement is thin and fragile. It doesn’t take much to break through it.
Jason Fried makes a radical suggestion: maybe the solution to time management problems isn’t the traditional approach of organizing, tracking, prioritizing. Maybe the real problem is that you’ve given yourself too much stuff to do, and the best solution is to take things off of your to-do list until there’s enough time in the day.
Interviewing for jobs became a different experience after I learned to conduct interviews.
Why don’t they teach you to deal with complicated emotions and hard situations in school?
It turns out, in my eagerness to be stoic, I was ignoring the problems.
‘Best’ is an illusion. It’s at least an oversimplification. Best at what? Best how? Best to who?
Be grateful for what you have.
Some people need to write to think. Some people need to move to think. Some people need to talk to think. Some people need silence to think. Some people need boredom to think.
Go ahead and dream big. I think it’s worth it.
It’s surprising to think that with all we know, we still don’t really understand how thinking works.