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How can you take just a few hours a quarter, and start to take serious, measurable steps towards accomplishing your dreams? I'd estimate that, total, this should take roughly a full workday every quarter.
In this guide, I am going to show you how to make real, genuine investments in a smaller number of meaningful relationships, and how to grow them in a way that feel authentic to you and helps you get away from frivolous and often meaningless social networking way of building relationships.
Everything I pursue is, for better or worse, an experiment, because all of those things have a chance to fail.
Over the last few months, my perspective on money has shifted rather dramatically — instead of viewing it as something taboo or evil, I've spent a lot of time talking about it with friends, collegues, acquaintances, and so on.
In this article, I'm going to walk you through a step-by-step process for turning Notion into the ultimate tool for spending more time on productive sales conversations, and less time wasteful bleh.
3 simple strategies that will reduce the amount of time you spend on your smartphone by 50% (at least).
In this article, I explore three simple tools and tactics for building and maintaining great relationships whether you move to a country, city, or work in a new job.
In this article, I discuss how to create an epic reading database in any notes app that will massively increase your reading.
A step-by-step guide to identifying a business need, selling your first products, and delivering that service to your clients.
Sometimes, we bow to the noise around us, deceiving ourselves with an enormous amount of work that can be avoided.
Everything I've learned from my first 90 days while living in Japan, including my top 5 lessons, and how you can apply that to your life.