Social distancing has increased my screen time, decreased my energy and increased my snacking.
Drip by drip, day by day. Habits lead to commitments and commitments create learning.
Find consistency by focusing on what you can control and influence each day.
Focus on growth rather than goals. Have a growth mindset and the goals will follow.
Continuing with an original course of action that is no longer viable.
Personal finance is about values, habits and mindset and not only about money.
Eliminating mistakes is an under-appreciated way to improve.
It is the feeling of panic and anxiety at the idea of failure.
Financial discipline fosters character traits like self control, prudence, and patience.
When you say “NO”, you are saving space for “YES”.
DAD: By not being present, we scatter ourselves; and that scattering causes us to look for fulfillment in the wrong places.
DAD: Silence helps us to eliminate distractions from our daily life.
DAD: A “reverse bucket list” reminds you of what you have already done and makes you feel inspired instead of overwhelmed.
DAD: Stop blaming others and take responsibility for the circumstances of your life.
DAD: In order to improve your time management, you must first improve your habits.
DAD: Perfectionists are motivated to make the best choice every time. This can lead to decision paralysis.
DAD: Whenever you take the easy way in favour of what’s right, you slowly destroy your character.
If you view life as merely achieving goals, you will have the illusion of success.
DAD: At the end of each day, breathe deeply, appreciate where you are, and see the value in what you have.
DAD: Structure is important to get things done. But, set aside unstructured “thinking time” in your schedule.
DAD: Get better at two things: Self- Management and Willpower
Avoid busy work—enjoy focused work instead.
Pick a goal. Create a separate account to save for the goal. Start saving for that goal.