Here’s a powerful corollary to proper selection. Choose the highest-yield material and you can be an idiot and still enjoy stunning success. This is the power of understanding the difference between being effective (doing the right things) and being efficient (doing things right).
Archives for August 2020
It’s best to start at the fundamental principle of nature before diving into the specifics of how a refrigerator works. So the key point is that this is an application of the following scientific principles of nature: When liquid evaporates it absorbs heat…
One aspect of life that always struck me as fascinating is the fact that we are born with no “operating manual.” Imagine if you bought IKEA furniture and there was no manual showing you how to assemble it…that would be a challenge wouldn’t it? Or at least it would make your life at that point unnecessarily difficult. Yet human life on earth is vastly more complicated, and here we are without any operating manual.
Having a messy workspace can have adverse effects on productivity. Some of us seem naturally tidy while others could not get organized to save their lives. 😀 Like many things in life though, if you search hard enough you will find a book with best practices and principles to help make your life easier. 📖
Should you keep searching, exploring or gathering more information? Or do you already have enough information at your disposal and should just make a decision? That is the aim of understanding this trade-off. To help you make the optimal decision.
If you are in a dilemma as to what your next career move should be, a useful touchstone test would be to ask yourself “is it time for me to earn or to learn?”
Never before have humans been inundated with so much information mixed with misinformation. With so much you could do and so many choices, ironically the problem of the modern world is not so much one of scarcity than one of abundance