- Learning to listen
You know how to write and read but what about listening? Even if nature has gifted us with two hears and one mouth we often end up speaking way more than we listen.
- Brain <> Body
To conclude we focus on Personal Development with Alma Wheatley from Netflix TV show The Queen's Gambit wondering why her body bother sabotaging her brain when her brain is perfectly capable of sabotaging itself.
- Chance meetings
While we are still in remote work in most countries, Paul Graham reminds us the crucial role chance meetings had in the "past".
- Internet playground
The Sales Notepad tells us how important it is to have an online track record in order to have an edge in today's world.
- Life phases
And finally Kai Brach confessing that, yes let's be honest, life happens in phases and that's okay. Don't put so much pressure on yourself, we can't be at the top of our game every single day like some influencers would like us to think.
- Financial independence
We also speak Finance and ask ourselves how many days we could go without working again.
- Setting the bar
We speak about Goals and wonder if we don't set the bar too low sometimes.
- Fear of innovation
There can be no understanding without listening. Maybe one of the reason why innovation is not always liked and there are many sad examples to mention...
2021, week 3
— Stephen Covey wrote:
You spend years learning how to read and write, years learning how to speak, but what about listening? What training or education have you had that enables you to listen so that you really, deeply understand another person from within that person's frame of reference.
— Alma Wheatley said:
I don’t know why my body is so intent on sabotaging my brain, when my brain is perfectly capable of sabotaging itself.
— Paul Graham wrote:
One of the biggest things lost in remote work is chance meetings. When you read stories of how things happened, chance meetings were often crucial.
— Sales Notepad wrote:
No one needs permission to learn and build with the internet. It’s free. Those with an online track record will land more opportunities than those with a resume.
— Kai Brach wrote:
Life happens in phases, and I think it’s totally acceptable to just follow the ebb and flow of your interests.
— The Giver wrote:
I don’t give a fuck what car you drive or what house you live in. How many days can you go without working again?
— Ray dalio wrote: