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Jak czytać jedną książkę tygodniowo? - Harvard Business Review Polska. Pod koniec lat 80.

Jak czytać jedną książkę tygodniowo? - Harvard Business Review Polska

XX w. siedziałem w sali uniwersyteckiej, słuchając wykładu Abbiego Hoffmana, autora i aktywisty, który ubolewał nad obojętnością mojego pokolenia. Obok mnie siedziała Gloria Emerson, błyskotliwa i ekscentryczna dziennikarka i autorka. Rozmawialiśmy o wystąpieniu Hoffmana, kiedy powiedziałem jej, jak bardzo cieszę się z kontaktu z tymi wszystkimi ideami. To, że tu jestem, daje mi niepowtarzalną okazję - zwierzałem się - do prowadzenia dyskusji z mądrymi, myślącymi ludźmi. Żartujesz sobie - odpowiedziała. Na ironię zakrawa fakt, że jako student historii czytałem trzy do czterech książek tygodniowo. Przenieśmy się szybko o wiele lat do przodu - dziś ponownie uczestniczę w tej rozmowie. Czuję się bogatszy dzięki tej lekturze. Ale czytanie zabiera czas. Starałem się korzystać z tradycyjnych dróg na skróty, ale żadna z nich się nie sprawdziła. Jak zatem udaje mi się czytać co najmniej jedną książkę tygodniowo?

50 Tricks to Get Things Done Faster, Better, and More Easily. 4 Reasons Why Being Comfortable Isn’t a Good Thing. We should all be comfortable, shouldn’t we?

4 Reasons Why Being Comfortable Isn’t a Good Thing

Well the answer may be obvious to most; yes of course everyone should have the right to a comfortable life. However comfort most often goes hand in hand with stagnation, in whatever your goals may be. Being comfortable means that you have accomplished what you think is necessary and have no further interest in pursuing goals of self-improvement in your health, career, mind and overall life. If you are comfortable and have no intentions of interrupting the daily motions of your current lifestyle, then read no further; however if you are looking to better yourself and pursue goals and dreams, I have compiled four reasons why you should never let yourself get comfortable until you have accomplished all that you have set out to accomplish. “Even though I played professionally in Cleveland, I still lived in Akron. 4.

You may be suffering from the same dilemmas as Lebron was while playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers. You may be in the same situation. Conceptboard – Visual project collaboration made easy. Angela Lee Duckworth: The key to success? Grit. How to Work Like the Masters.

Written by Jay of Dumb Little Man.

How to Work Like the Masters

When I need work done on my car, I consult with a mechanic. When it's time to build a deck in the backyard, I will search for an expert and listen to what he says. So when it comes to life itself, why wouldn't you at least consider what experts think? Trust me, I completely understand that the term 'expert' is often self-proclaimed.

Nevertheless, it is up to you to hear, interpret, and evaluate information. With that, LifeRemix has done some homework and we're bringing you a list of things that you'll need to consider. Here are a handful of tips on working from the most popular productivity bloggers on the internet, along with bloggers on organization, the environment and more. From Wisebread: Achieve greatness fifteen minutes at a time. From Dumb Little Man: Gain 10 days per year by adjusting your sleep. From Zen Habits: Eliminate all but the essential tasks. From LifeDev: Take creative breaks. From The Happiness Project: The Science of Productivity, Animated. DropTask - Visual Task Management - A simple and fluid way to get things done.

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Skitch - Snap. Mark up. Send.

Use Skitch to snap it, mark it up with simple tools, and send it on in an instant. Your bold ideas stand out even brighter with Skitch. People everywhere use Skitch to help them visually share their thoughts with others. Here are a few ways you can use it, too: FOR FUNMark up photos of silly, cool, or inspiring things you see and share them via social, email, SMS, and more. FOR HOMEAnnotate photos of your backyard to plan out your vegetable garden. FOR SCHOOLShare a diagram of the earth’s layers and have students label it with you. FOR EVENTSCapture a map, mark it up, and share it with your friends to show them where you'll be. FOR WORKOpen a PDF and highlight changes to skip the lengthy, confusing email chains and give clear feedback.

————————————PDF Markup requires either an in app purchase or an Evernote Premium account. Skitch uses the contacts permissions in order to populate the email field when sending a PDF. More information about permissions at: 17 Small Productivity Habits. The Mini-Habit The idea behind mini habits is that you can get to a larger habit if you start small, create simple goals, and aim for consistency.

17 Small Productivity Habits

In his book Mini Habits: Small Habits, Bigger Results, Stephen Guise gives the example of “The One Pushup Challenge.” He was doing what a lot of us do. Feeling guilty about not working out, he tried to fit years worth of exercise into the first workout which created an all or nothing attitude (not to mention a focus on goals and not process.) Well, one day he decided to do the opposite. In Habit Stacking: 97 Small Life Changes That Take Five Minutes or Less, author S. The core idea behind the mini-habits concept is that you can build a major habit by thinking small enough to get started. Habit-Stacking The purpose of habit-stacking is to create simple and repeatable routines (managed by a checklist). Getting Work Done Visually.