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Ok guys: I love you all!
Here are my thoughts the day:
1. It is hard to start something new. If you want success in life it is important to follow your heart. You need to think about what you are most passionate about. Then do the work. If things interest you, light your flame. No excuses!
The example I have is that I listened to the Sah d‘Simone talk about „Scarcity Mindset“. He said that to grow there will always be a certain amount of pain. If we don‘t accept pain, there can be no growth. But to get bigger we need to expand our awareness. @sahdsimone
2. Jack Kornfield said that the Buddha said that if we pour salt in a small glass of water we will get spoiled water. If we throw the same salt in a vast sea, there will be no change. Therefore in order to be happy tge first thing you need is awareness. Notice your thoughts. When they become tight, expand your thinking. That means bring your being to a higher level by connecting with your breath. Don’t try to fix things. Go for just breathing. Expand. @jack_kornfield
3. Amy Landino said that you should have routines in place to become more productive. You should start the day with morning pages and you can continue the day with many things like meditation at will rime you for your most difficult tasks (eat the frog). Do the difficult things first.@schmittastic
I enjoyed listening to Amy‘s book about vlogging. My takeaway is that for Instagram or Youtube to love you, you need to find your niche. I am still seeking for it. I am torn between running and lettering/illustration or spirituality. What should my Instagram be about?
Please let me know in your comments. ✏️❤️
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😂😂 so I spent way too long putting this one together and will only be able to do one post this week instead of two!
A big reason it took so long is I really enjoyed it and it has been a while since I read the book so it really got me thinking.
How you handle your ego has a huge impact in your life
If you’ve ever had an argument with someone you care about and you’re trying to come up with the perfect response or shut down, you’re trying to “win” the argument - that’s your ego.
If you could hold back your ego you might instead ask, “what would a good outcome look like and how do I get there”. Chances are you find yourself in much better place after an argument or least on the way to a better place if you can keep your ego in check.
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Something you should tattoo to your forehead as you look at making any decision 🔥
When you learn to ride a motorcycle, they teach you that the direction you look in is the direction your bike will go. And it's true. I've dropped motorcycles before by looking down.
Same for thinking and acting. Your conscious thoughts are also often results of deeply rooted patterns and beliefs that you're not even aware you have.
These patterns shape your feelings, that reflect in your thoughts, that make you act. Best thing to do is talk about your dreams out loud so they're less of a stranger.
Then take MASSIVE ACTION for BIG CHANGES!
❓❓Are you willing to do that for your future self? Promise below in the comments.
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What’s your “edge”?
I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts about self-improvement, performance, and success lately.
Every highly successful individual seems to really excel in one certain area (or several).
For me, I think my greatest “success” attributes are my curiosity and ability to network.
These certainly aren’t the same for everyone, so I figured I’d take these thoughts to Instagram to crowdsource.
How about you? What’s your edge?
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@TimFerriss has become the pied piper of psychedelics. The bestselling author and podcast host has donated $3 million and raised a lot more from his network to to fund research and advance psychedelics as a potential elixir for afflictions including OCD and PTSD, opioid addiction, alcoholism, eating disorders, cluster headaches, and suicidal ideation.
And he’s not the only one. Silicon Valley legends. Billionaire financiers. Patent attorneys. They're all awakening to the massive potential of an industry preparing to emerge from darkness. Read the full story in our March issue, on Fortune.com, and at the link in our bio. (Photography by Drew Anthony for Fortune) #FortuneMagazine#MarchIssue#TimFerriss#Psychedelics#Feature#Journalism#SiliconValley
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Pessoas bem-sucedidas alcançam o sucesso porque encontram suas maiores forças e desenvolvem hábitos em torno delas. ⠀
Em "Ferramentas dos Titãs", o autor best-seller Tim Ferriss analisou e compilou centenas de ensinamentos, hacks e hábitos que estão por trás das mais de 200 pessoas de sucesso que foram entrevistadas em seu famoso podcast. ⠀
Work-Life Balance, Avoiding Burnout, Defining Success, Company Culture, and More – An AMA Episode with Jason Fried on The @peterattiamd Drive
Putting in more time doesn’t mean anything other than you’re putting in more time. You’re not guaranteeing yourself a better outcome.
For me, success isn’t defined by revenue targets or big numbers; it’s defined by these questions: ‘Do I want to go to work tomorrow and do the same thing I did the day before? Am I enjoying this? Do I like the people I’m working with? Am I challenging myself intellectually and creatively?’ Those are the things that matter.
Don’t try to maximize your profits; aim to have the right amount of profits.
Many companies in Silicon Valley push employees extremely hard because they aren’t thinking about the long-term game—most startups are just trying to survive until they get acquired, IPO, or merge.
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Entrepreneurs often work long hours even though many have created businesses to gain more time-freedom.
Without being equipped with an “off” button coupled with a desire to continuously “achieve more”, many entrepreneurs find it hard to say no,
struggle to ‘turn off’ during nights and weekends, and
many admit to working during their holidays.
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Our mind, body and soul can only focus on so much at any given time before things start getting prioritized - stuff that makes the list and stuff that gets put on hold. .
Considering that notion; why would we ever want to give a longer and louder voice to fears and doubt? Or any voice to fears and doubt for that matter?? The reality is fear and doubt are real and will never completely go away. For anyone. .
We can work to give less volume and duration to our fears and doubt. Once we do that we have a whole lot more room for.... .
There are so many other people who inspire me; I could not possibly list them all. For the seven above, I am listening to their podcasts, reading their posts, watching their videos - all of which opens my mind in an amazing way to participate more vibrantly! Living life. Laughing in life. Loving life. Being in life. .
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“Tracking anything is better than tracking nothing...tracking even a mediocre variable will help you develop awareness that leads to the right behavioral changes.” Tim Ferriss
It is very difficult to make long term changes unless you track what you want to change.
Tracking keeps you accountable. First to yourself and then to increase accountability, to another person (e.g. a trainer or coach)
My Tracking Journey
I discovered the importance of writing down progress when I did Weight Watchers for the last time in my 20s (I’m 40 this year). .
At first having to write down everything I ate, was inconvenient and boring, but I soon started to see a correlation between my successful weeks and effective tracking.
Tracking was also critical for understanding how my body responded to certain foods, I could start to track my energy levels and look for patterns in the food I ate.
***I want to make one thing clear***
Strong Ambition Method, is NOT a weight loss programme, the focus is on GAINING ENERGY.
However some weight loss may be a side effect of addressing your health habits.
We will guide you through exactly what you need to do. .
How to track?
Decide WHAT you want to work on, then start to track it, however is most convenient, pen and paper, or use Evernote. For food, and for more information on your nutrition, I would go for MyFitnessPal (free version is fine).
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SO - there have been quite a few conversations around biz coaches who haven’t built a proper business teaching others how to build a biz.
After having a conversation with someone who is at the start of this journey yesterday, I guess it’s time to add my two cents on this.
STOP taking advices from business coaches who has never built a consulting/ service-based business.
1️⃣ Master your mindset early - entrepreneurship life is not the same as receiving a pay-check every month. The earlier you shift from an employee mindset to a growth mindset, the quicker you will thrive. Self-awareness, introspection and reflection should be your new best friends.
2️⃣ Be aware of your soft skills and if you think you don't have any - focus on building some.
3️⃣ Knowing your core services offer - the key here is playing Tetris with your skills and package it properly. If you have work experiences and resume - you've an offer.
4️⃣ Next focus on customer retention - It is a lot easier than finding new clients. I have turned a 4 weeks email marketing content client to a long term client of 2 years and our scope of work has expanded beyond what I was initially contracted to do.
5️⃣ Stop worrying about visibility on a critical scale (I know - that's what most coaches tell you to do. Educate people on your social media platform so you can have a stream of incoming leads from your DMs), You can focus on this once you have Step 1 to 5 checked.
Visibility is important in a long run.
Ultimately - it depends on which stage you are on when you are on your journey.
If your primary goal is to turn your professional skills into a side hustle then a successful biz which allows you to quit your 9-6 ASAP, your main goal here is to find your goals and clients to hit your minimum income threshold requirement. Full stop.
Visibility is NOT your main goal.
The only place you need to be visible is where your potential clients hang out. .
Learn to be an observer - observe what you need vs what everyone tells you “you should be doing”.
I have learned this the hard way.
Still that advice - always question every damn thing before making an informed decision.
Loved this. From artists to artists, James Christensen created this brilliant piece called "The Listener." Swipe left to read its meaning ❤
1 2525 February, 2020
Loved this. From artists to artists, James Christensen created this brilliant piece called "The Listener." Sometimes, we all need this. Swipe left to read its meaning ❤
1 10825 February, 2020
Absolutely 💯 bang on! 🔥
3 1725 February, 2020
Do you actively work on your mindset? 🧠
I listened to a podcast yesterday about mindset and manifestation. It was Tim Ferriss’ podcast and he was interviewing Terry Crews. He asked Terry about how he became successful and the 🔑 to his success.
His answer? He reads about self development a lot and read a book that taught him of he wanted to be something, he had to believe he was already that person.
I’ve been learning this concept and never really understood fully until I heard Terry explain it. What he meant was if you want to be the person you dream to be, you have to tell yourself you ARE that person and then start acting like it!
I used his advice and planned my week out last night. This time, I wrote my list putting myself in the shoes of the business owner I want to be.
So I asked myself... what would someone running a $$$ business do? How would their day look? What would they do when they felt unmotivated?
And then, I worked a 12 hour day... so I think this just May have worked. 😉
Here is what I remember when I remind myself how to succeed: BE. DO. HAVE.
Do you have mindset exercises and practices? I’d love to hear! 👇
𝐁𝐔𝐒𝐘 𝒗𝒔 𝐏𝐑𝐎𝐃𝐔𝐂𝐓𝐈𝐕𝐄
Been there, done that! As a small business owner, it's easy to fall into the trap of keeping busy, but failing to produce results.
When you are busy, you tend to overthink your current project or goal. As a matter of fact, you are very good at adding even 𝒎𝒐𝒓𝒆 (likely unnecessary) tasks to the project and increasing the scope of work 🤦♀️
When you are productive, you are focused on accomplishing tasks every day that push you closer to the finish line. You are very good at limiting distractions and prioritizing tasks ✔️
🤔 Which one were you today? Be honest with yourself and make the necessary adjustments 🙌
1 924 February, 2020
¿Qué separa a los Nuevos Ricos, que se caracterizan por su abanico de opciones, de los aplazadores (A), los que lo guardan para el final para descubrir que la vida les ha dejado de lado?
A: Trabajar cuando tú quieras.
NR: No trabajar por trabajar, y hacer lo mínimo necesario para obtener resultados máximos («volumen mínimo eficaz»). A: Jubilarme pronto o joven.
NR: Distribuir períodos de recuperación y aventura (minijubilaciones) periódicamente a lo largo de la vida y admitir que la meta no es la inactividad, sino hacer lo que te ilusiona.
A: Comprar todo lo que quieras tener.
NR: Hacer todo lo que quieras hacer y ser todo lo que quieras ser.
5. Define lo que quieres. Aveces lo que creemos que queremos se ve tan grande e inalcanzable que se convierterte en una excusa para no actuar en búsqueda de esos sueños. Tim propone el ejercicio de Dreamlining.
6. Revisa tus miedos. Considerar el peor escenario real también te puede acercar a lo que quieres. Una vez visualizas que la peor posibilidad no es tan grave, vas a tener mas libertad de buscar tu sueño sin miedo al fracaso.
7. DEAL: Define, Elimina, Automatiza, Libera. Para liberarte de la carrera de las masas, define lo que realmente quieres, elimina lo que no debes hacer, bien sea eliminándolo por completo o delegando; automatiza por medio de procedimientos estandarizados y reglas.
8. Tim presenta algunos ejercicios que pueden mejorar tus habilidades de negociación, y ademas algunos libretos que te pueden servir a la hora de negociar aumentos salariales y tiempo libre. 📸: @jpadilla_ph #timferriss#emprendimiento#librosparaemprendedores#hayqueleer#podcast#marcapersonal
0 2424 February, 2020
A consequência dos bons hábitos é o sucesso! 🚀🎯💪
Em 📚 #FerramentasDosTitãs (lançado pela @intrinseca), o autor @timferriss revela os hacks por trás das mais de 200 pessoas de sucesso que foram entrevistadas em seu famoso podcast.
Esse é o 4º EPISÓDIO DA SÉRIE #ULTRAAPRENDIZADO , em que os apresentadores do ResumoCast #GustavoCarriconde , @RenataLiberica e @rgapires desmistificam tudo sobre aprendizado acelerado.
🎧 Você pode escutar o EPISÓDIO COMPLETO no @spotifybrasil, @iTunes, Google Podcasts, @Deezerbr, @YouTube ou no site resumocast.com.br
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2 324 February, 2020
Sometimes when things feel like they aren't going fast enough, I think about this.
Of course that can be discouraging.
Of course you want to quit.
Of course you want to re-evaluate your decision.
It's okay to take little breaks, go slow, disconnect, reinvent, but don't lose your progress. If you decide something specifically isn't your thing, that's fine. But don't give up if that's still something you want to do.
What projects are you working on?
I know a lot of you babes want to improve yourself so you can transform your business, relationships and life.
I do, too.
I am always looking for new opportunities to arise and when they do, I take them.
Before I planned the mindset and business growth event, Wake Up to Level Up, last year 2019, I was aware that our industry needed something more than just an educational conference.
I knew that what helped me grow my business was more than the technical aspect of spray tanning or applying eyelash extensions.
It was deeper.
It was learning how to cultivate the BELIEF that little ol me could ACTUALLY be a business owner.
You know that feeling when you are doubting yourself, questioning “who am I to do that?” and coming to the realization that you have little to no idea what the heck you are doing or where you are going to land?
Yeah... that feeling.
I knew it all too well.
I realized that the problem I could help solve was the key to unlocking unlimited potential.
It first starts with YOU.
It starts with releasing the old beliefs that don’t serve you.
Then, using tools and strategies to connect to your truth- the truth that if it was possible for someone else, it’s possible for YOU.
Making the concrete decision to TAKE THE FIRST STEP OF ACTION towards your goal.
And learning to tap back into the strategies when you need them.
If you don’t BELIEVE you can do it, you will NOT embody / become the person you need to be to do it. This is where “STUCK” happens..
Does that make sense?
There is so much inner work that needs to be done to confidently take the leap and progress.
I want to give you the tools.
I can only give you so much on the Wake Up to Level Up podcasts or my lives.
THE MOST REAL, IMPACTFUL and POWERFUL growth/learning comes from the energy that is in your proximity.
Meaning, the power of YOU experiencing an event HANDS ON, IN PERSON will help catapult you further, faster.
For any of you babes who buy a Wake Up to Level Up (wakeuptolevelup.com) ticket from NOW (2/24) until 3/24, you will be automatically entered into a raffle for Tony Robbins “Unleash the Power Within” (approx $1000 value).
Cont. in comments 👇🏼
Sorry, I can't hear you over the sound of me #killingit . 💁🏻♀️
From what I've learned, there are few times you should ask for opinions:
👉When asking your ideal customers their feedback
👉When asking for other experts opinions on a subject you know little about
👉When you ask a trusted mentor based on an industry or persons reputation
👉When vetting somebody and you're asking for a character reference (but ask more people too)
👉When you feel like crap and your girl friend tells you to go for that second glass of wine 💁🏻♀️🍷
Times I try to avoid asking for opinions:
👉When I already feel insecure about an idea, because nobody else can sell you on an idea but yourself or real data
👉When it's friends or family on a new idea
👉When I myself don't have enough information to ask the right questions
❓❓Can you promise to give yourself permission to do whatever the hell you want? Let's hear it in the comments.
1 924 February, 2020
I didn’t understand the meaning of “passive income” until I read the 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss. 📕
Before then, I thought you always had to work X amount of hours to earn Y in income.
I was reminded why passive income was so awesome just two weeks ago while skiing in Lake Tahoe...
During one of the days, I checked my phone at lunchtime, and by NOON, I had already earned almost $140 in my Etsy shop, $97 from an affiliate commission, and had just earned my first dollars in a new sponsorship deal. 💰
Of course, this isn’t every day, but in this series of fortunate events, I was reminded just how powerful passive income is. I was literally making money while having a great time on the mountain!
Are you working toward passive income of some sort (online business, real estate, investing, etc)? I’d love to hear about it! ⬇️
p.s. Shoutout to my girlfriend @lauur__ and @andyhillmkm and his wife Nicole for great ski lift conversations!
We're all bored of hearing about them, but morning routines are the fucking bomb.
Establishing routines of any kind in my life is the thing I suck at the most. I'm always being distracted or presented with something better to do at the last minute. And I always go for it.
But in the morning, where it counts the most, when the thing you do in that moment is gonna set the tone for the rest of the day, I get over that.
Having a morning routing means I can almost GUARANTEE that I will have a a great morning. I can be productive, healthy, and feel good. Having 40 minutes of peace and contemplation lets me clear my head and establish the right mindset I need to crush it.
The way you start your day matters. To all the people who wake up and scroll through instagram for 20 minutes, YOU'RE FUCKING YOURSELF.
Starting your day in a distracted state is exactly the kind of thing that leads to bad decisions for the rest of it. Doing something that degrades your focus, getting you thinking about all the cool shit that everyone else is doing, it's not beneficial to YOU. You should be thinking about YOUR goals, getting into YOUR healthy habits, doing things that help YOU become your best self early in the AM.
Social media doesn't make you feel good. Distractions don't make you feel good. What makes you feel good is thinking about how to have the best possible day. Give yourself that space.
If you're curious about how I set up my morning routine for maximum productivity, let me know in the comments below!
0 224 February, 2020
I had a fantasy of living out a "Sunkist Good Vibrations" California surfing commercial since 1980.
The good news is, I made it here. The hurdle is, I'm 53 and not 16 any longer.
I want to take you through my method of deconstructing how I approach learning new skills, even ones that may seem out of reach physically.
Find someone who is a master at the new skill that you want to learn AND understands how to teach it.
When someone attains mastery, they tend to forget what it was like to be a rookie, and they become unconsciously competent about how they do what they do.
I searched for an instructor older than me to provide wisdom, skill, and an example of what was possible at my age. Enter Kip Jerger.
Kip is pushing 70. He was an LA lifeguard for 40 years and is in the Life Guard Hall of Fame for the most rescues (nice bonus that I hope I never need) and was also a stuntman for 30 episodes of Bay watch. I found my guy!
Dry Run, Anticipate & Mitigate:
I imagined the areas that may make me want to quit, and I mitigated them upfront.
I hate the cold, and the Pacific Ocean isn't the warmest. So, I found a wetsuit that would give me the greatest warmth and flexibility in the water.
I had no idea of how to get in or out of my wetsuit and didn't want to be thrashing around like a 50-year-old guy at the beach ruining my Sunkist Commercial Fantasy. So, I timed myself getting in my wetsuit at home every day for two weeks. It took me 7 minutes to get into my wetsuit the first time and realized it was on backward. 2 weeks later, I was clocking in at a brisk 1 min.
I learned that waxing the surfboard correctly is critical to success. So, I YouTubed videos from the creator of sex wax and learned precisely how to wax my stick (you're welcome). Step 3:
Think through the logistics that you would likely take for granted. For example, I did a trial run, putting the surfboard in the car, getting it out of the car, and walking it to the shoreline. It seems like overkill, right? It's not.
I was teaching my brain how to go on autopilot to maneuver this 9-foot sexy beast of dead weight. I tried three different ways of carrying it from my ca
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This past week I made a video talking about the growth pains that we experience once we achieve sustainability in business.
Some of those pains come from the wounds that you've endured during start up.
But what if some of the growing pains were from the people you are surrounding yourself with?
Tim Ferris states, "You are the average of the five people you associate with most, so do not underestimate the effects of your pessimistic, unambitious, or disorganized friends. If someone isn’t making you stronger, they’re making you weaker.” This quote goes hand in hand with the some of the growing pains you may be experiencing as both you and your business level up.
So my question to you is......are you experiencing business growing pains with the people you work with or have working for you?
Is the environment you are in becoming less tolerable as you move toward sustainability in business?
Reseńa de @timferriss#4hourworkweek
La semana laboral de 4 horas es el primer libro de Tim Ferriss, Alguien que desde entonces es un referente en el mundo del emprendimiento y el mercadeo.
Fue uno de los primeros libros que leí de emprendimiento, por allá en 2010 y la base de muchas de las buenas decisiones que tome en ese primer año de creación de empresa.
Este libro es obligatorio en la biblioteca del emprendedor moderno.
A continuación algunas ideas principales del libro
1. Principio De Pareto ( o 80/20) la mayoría de los resultados vienen de un pequeño numero de acciones, identifica cuales son esas acciones para enfocarte en ellas y eliminar todo lo que no aporta. Este principio es valido para lo positivo como para lo negativo.
2. Como validar una idea de negocio. Tim describe algunas ideas para validar una idea de negocio antes de invertir mucho tiempo y dinero. A través de algunos experimentos simples utlizando anuncios en google y algunas formas de encuesta puedes saber si tu gran idea va a ser bien aceptada en el mercado.
3. ‘Despide a los malos clientes’ Siguiendo con la idea del principio de Pareto, aveces los clientes que mas causan trauma son los que menos ingreso generan. Despídelos.
4. Los nuevos ricos son una elite que le da mas valor a la libertad de tiempo y locación que al dinero. Y no es tan difícil como uno se imagina. En este libro puedes aprender algunas técnicas para hacer mini retiros, periodos de 3 a seis meses en los que disfrutas de un retiro momentáneo, a diferencia de esperar hasta la vejez para hacerlo
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“How is it possible that all the people in the world need exactly eight hours to accomplish their work? It isn’t. 9 to 5 is arbitrary.”-Tim Ferriss
Some of the truest words ever spoken.
As much as I dislike the gimmicky title and equally gimmicky cover of this book (yellow, purple and orange, seriously?) I am so excited to read it because I LOVE listening to the Tim Ferriss show. The conversations he has with interesting and driven people, the questions he asks and how he gets into the nitty gritty of overall life optimisation... it’s ingenious. Through these interviews and nuggets of wisdom I’ve started to think more about creativity, meditation, the power of the internet, entrepreneurship, taking risks and even mind-altering drugs. Everything goes.
I think the title is potentially misleading for two reasons: firstly because living off four hours of work per week will simply not be viable for most people, secondly because it implies that work is necessarily something unfulfilling that one would want to avoid. Which is not true if you find the right work to suit you, it can be very rewarding. I think most importantly it’s about not necessarily having to trade your time for money, not in the conventional 9-5 sense, and not having to wait until retirement when you’re sixty years old to enjoy your life, because that’s what society has taught us is right and it’s not right, it’s tragic.
Have you read this or do you listen to the Tim Ferriss Show? Read anything similar that inspired you? #books#lovereading#bookstagram#bookaccount#bookdiscussion#igreads#nonfiction#timferriss#thefourhourworkweek#goodreads#recommendedbooks#lifestylebooks#vscoreads#bibliophile#readingjournal#culturetripbooks#moleskine#readingcommunity#readmorebooks#lifestyledesign#unconventionallife#booksandcoffee#readersofinstagram
Ever feel like you get your time wasted? 😵⠀
So much of what we do has very little effect on the end results we're looking for.⠀
Usually 80% or more of results come from 20% or less of actions.⠀
A lot can happen in an 8-12 hour workday that doesn't translate into productivity.⠀
If the majority of our problems come from a small number of causes, and the majority of positive results come from a small number of actions, we have a big opportunity to optimize our workdays.⠀
Tim Ferriss says to be rigorous in asking the question, "what are the small number of things causing the most problems?"⠀
And inversely, "what are the specific actions that produce the most positive outcomes?"⠀
Ask this question throughout your day and week, and you might be surprised by the answers!⠀
Have you ever tried optimizing according to the 80/20 principle?⠀
10 19418 February, 2020
Pessoas bem-sucedidas alcançam o sucesso porque encontram suas maiores forças e desenvolvem hábitos em torno delas. 🚀🎯
Em 📚 #FerramentasDosTitãs ", o autor best-seller @TimFerriss analisou e compilou centenas de ensinamentos, hacks e #hábitos que estão por trás das mais de 200 pessoas de sucesso que foram entrevistadas em seu famoso podcast.
Esse é o 4º episódio da série #UltraAprendizado , em que vamos desmistificar tudo sobre aprendizado acelerado. 🚀🎯
Levanta a mão se você quer escutar o resumo completo desse livro no ResumoCast. 🙌🏻 ⠀⠀