Once there was a young man who was given a field to tend & cultivate. He knew this was a great way to get food and fruits. He was very excited. The first year, the young man was really happy about all the little green things that was growing all over the land. Every now … Continue reading Post #88. The Young Man & His Field
“If you don’t prioritise your life, someone else will.” - Greg McKeown I had a conversation the other day with a successful author, coach & CEO of a nutrition company. In order to be able to help in some way maybe, I asked him what he's struggling with most in his life... I mean, we … Continue reading Post #82. How To Be An Essentialist
Now, more than ever, it’s so seducing to stay in our warm, cozy comfort zone... Instead of doing stuff, trying things and pursuing adventures, we can sit down and experience everything in second hand through our phones... And we seem to be somewhat satisfied with this stimulation... At least we don’t have to take any … Continue reading Post #81. Is Your Phone Stealing Your Dreams?
As I've witnessed how other families operate and thought a bit about it, here are some ideas that I’ve come up with, that I wish to put into practice as a parant: (Start now Daniel!!) 1. Have a special room where technology is allowed, so it’s a conscious choice rather than a distraction. 2. Buy … Continue reading Post #79. Advice To My Future Self (When I have Kids)
It’s so easy to take on too much... Too much work... too many projects... too much fun... to much of anything... This is the phenomena of taking on "too much.” What is "too much" anyway? What does it look like? And why does it matter in the first place? WHAT IS "TOO MUCH”? I would … Continue reading Post #73. Pursue Less, But Better.
Think like an investor. When it comes to choices around time, money, food, sleep, work... any choices really. When considering the different choices, again, think like an investor... An investor is always thinking about ROI. To imagine what might be a good decision*, an investor is always asking himself: What will the Return On Investment … Continue reading Post #72. Think Like An Investor – Think ROI.
“The problem is not information overload, it’s filter failure.” - Clay Shirky Nowadays, its so easy to drown in all the choices, stuff, opportunities, thoughts, dreams that are presented to us, through social media, movies, books, podcasts... This is all great but... See... If we’re standing in the valley, looking up at the mountains we wish … Continue reading Post #68. Coping With Information Overload Elegantly