Time Management Lessons from book Four Thousand Weeks
mortality makes it impossible to ignore the absurdity of living solely for the future.
We’ve been granted the mental capacities to make almost infinitely ambitious plans, yet practically no time at all to put them into action.
what you pay attention to will define, for you, what reality is.
the noblest of human goals wasn’t to become godlike, but to be wholeheartedly human instead.
One can waste years this way, systematically postponing precisely the things one cares about the most.
So imprudent are we,” he wrote, “that we wander in the times which are not ours
Principle number one is to pay yourself first when it comes to time.
The real measure of any time management technique is whether or not it helps you neglect the right things.
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