Daily Gleanings from Michael Hyatt about the importance of consistent effort over time and this effort’s relationship to (mega)batching.
Daily Gleanings from Joshua Becker about the unimportance of the “right” tool or “best” gadget and from Michael Hyatt about the significance of stillness.
From Michael Hyatt on Twitter: “If at first you don’t succeed, you’re normal.” Difficulty making progress (e.g., toward an advanced degree) might not mean you need to go another way so much as it might be a call for grit and creativity in finding new ways to continue taking steps forward. Richard Middleton discusses the […]
“Plan for what is difficult while it is easy. Do what is great while it is small. – Sun Tzu” via Michael Hyatt A little bit of research, writing, or anything done regularly and incrementally over time adds up to a lot with significantly less pressure to finish at the end. CUP has a new […]