The four most dangerous words to accomplishing your dreams are: “I’ll do it later.”
The quickest way to build an audience is to tell people what they already believe.
When you stop trying to escape your life, a lot of your desires disappear.
Outcomes don’t change overnight but direction can.
What ends as better, starts as different.
The pace of improvement matters more to the outcome than the starting position.
You have to be willing to look like an idiot in the short run to outperform in the long run. While copying what others already do helps achieve average results quickly, common approaches never outperform....
Efficiency is speed. Effectiveness is direction. You need both to avoid going in circles.
Happiness generally isn’t about making more money, but rather freedom. The freedom to say no to things you don’t want to do. The freedom to say no to people you don’t like. The freedom to...
If you want to understand someone, figure out the narrative they tell themselves about themself. If you want to change your behavior, change your narrative. If you want to change someone else’s behavior, offer them...
It’s better to understand a few important things deeply than many unimportant things superficially. It’s better to have a few close friends than 1,000 Facebook friends. More isn’t necessarily better, often it’s mediocre.
Listening carefully to someone reveals not only how they see the situation and what they consider important but also how they see themselves.
To change what you see, you have to change the “maps” you use to make sense of the world. You can call these maps whatever you want. We call them mental models…
Complicated explanations rarely come from true understanding. Simple explanations either come from naivety or true understanding. Learning to tell the difference amplifies outcomes.
How you see shapes how you feel. How you feel shapes how you think. The combination of how you think and feel shapes how you act. Self-help is mostly aimed at the thinking and feeling...
Simple —> Complicated —> Simple At first, things appear simple. As you learn more they become complicated. As you learn, even more, they become simple. Simplicity on the other side of complexity is understanding.
Stick to the basics. Every. Single. Day. Do your job. Sweat the details. Put the team first. Be attentive. Ignore the noise. Speak for yourself.
Don’t tell me your priorities. Show me your calendar.
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