Mental strength is built through small, daily victories. It’s the individual choices we make daily that build our “mental strength” muscles.
Silent acknowledgment works better when people are venting.
The biggest cost of doing multiple things at once is a gradual decline in your productivity and happiness.
Sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.
Hofstadter’s law states that everything always takes longer than expected. Therefore, build in a buffer to meet your deadline.
Wu-Wei is action through non action. Letting go and letting things unfold. It is the opposite of trying to control.
Identify what is most important to you. Eliminate everything else.
Someone who asks too many stupid, pointless or obnoxious questions.
Fear usually pertains to the future sadness is mostly confined to the present or past.
DAD: Advertisers trick you into wanting stuff. Ignore the noise.
DAD: The things that make life great can’t be bought. Money can only help extend your options.
DAD: In order to improve your time management, you must first improve your habits.
DAD: I always get the important stuff done first and don’t waste time on stupid shit!
DAD: Spending time by yourself allows you to hear your thoughts without distractions.
Passive income is income you earn while you are doing something else.
DAD: Your presence is the best present.
DAD: We are all busy. We’ve all taken on too much. Saying yes to less is the way out.