You don't need to be a master to accomplish your goals. Spending all of your time perfecting one aspect can hold you back when you need a diverse skill set to delivery.
For the next 3 months, I'm planning to focus on exploring Utah, monetizing Minafi and increasing traffic. Rather than setting monthly goals, the hope it to use these for a quarter. Let's see how it goes!
For March, I concentrated on trying public transportation in Salt Lake City to see if I enjoyed using it as part of my everyday schedule. This meant taking anywhere from 2 public legs to 7 on a single day. It quickly revealed what I like and what I don't like about travel.
In a conversation between Warren Buffett and his Pilot, Buffett recommended a strategy to help prioritization that always stuck with me. It's simple, clean and helps get to the heart of what you should be working on. I've used this technique a number of times, and for each, it has helped me focus.
What’s this site all about anyway? Well, if you want to know that, you’re better off reading the about page, which goes into who I am (hi! I’m Adam!) and why I’m writing about these topics. This page is a little different. It’s a focus on what guides the content. Having a clear vision is important for […]
Have you ever intended to do something productive, but then life got in the way? Here are some ways you can become more mindful of these moments to improve your focus.
For March, I'm hoping to slow down and spend more time intentionally traveling. Not traveling in the distance sense, but more about how I commute and move around my own city.
For February, I focused on Using Everything. This had three aspects to it - Mindful Consumption, Organization, and Decluttering. Although I didn't hit all my goals here, I did learn a few things.
One way to stay on track with your goals is to use commitment devices - mind tricks to hold yourself accountable. These can be a powerful way to help keep yourself on track if used correctly, but can make life miserable if misused.