Seth Godin offers a couple of alternative choices
There are two other choices, worth considering:
- Spend significantly more time than anyone else thinks is reasonable. Charge appropriately. Perhaps this will lead to an extraordinary outcome.
- Spend far less time than you’re supposed to, and invest that time into processes and alternatives and benefits that everyone else is overlooking.
It’s two weeks into the New Year. That means enough time has passed for a large number of New Year Resolutions to have been broken.
Late nights, broken internet connections & general busyness around the house has been my excuse for the last week.
But it’s no longer last week.
15 years ago this day, my grandpa passed away.
I loved him dearly.
A kind man. He made my childhood memorable.
With stories of his childhood. Tales of tigers & elephants where he grew up.
Taught me how to enjoy a coffee. To this day, dipping a rusk into a hot mug of coffee is still the best for me.
I miss you Aba.
Keeping time is an art, and being a master of precision, or a percussionist, takes time & training. This mom shows off her skills. Kickass drummer! Have a great weekend!
Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca advises his friend Lucilus Junior on the value of time.
While we are postponing, life speeds by. Nothing, Lucilius, is ours, except time.
I needed to hear this today.
Jason Fried learns a life lesson perspective from a Navajo rug trader: the mistakes in the rug patterns are unintentional, but the decision to leave them in is deliberate.
Have you given it any thought? Mr. Money Moustache weighs in with his.