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?”
What is 1% Smarter?
My goal for 1% Smarter is to apply these concepts to learning. Keep making 1% improvements and before you know it you'll have made a significant improvement in your life. 💪
Invert, always invert: Turn a situation or problem upside down. Look at it backward. What happens if all our plans go wrong? Where don’t we want to go, and how do you get there? Instead of looking for success, make a list of how to fail instead – through sloth, envy, resentment, self-pity, entitlement, all the mental habits of self-defeat. Avoid these qualities and you will succeed. – Charlie Munger
Combined market cap of the four behemoths: a whopping $5 trillion. For context this is the list of the top 10 countries by GDP per the World Bank (2019). Notice that if these four companies were a country they would be ranked either third or fourth in the world!
Now I know Jobs didn’t always have the best reputation for being the nicest of guys to work with (see for example here) but I still think we can learn something by observing how he handled the tricky question.
Eat right. Drink enough water. Life heavy stuff (particularly for men who want to have a healthy amount of lean muscle mass). Sit less. Move more. Have healthy sleeping habits. Get safe amounts of sunlight in order to get enough vitamin D.
When we talk about refresh rate we are referring to the display itself (e.g. your TV, monitor or smartphone screen). When we talk about frame rate it is to do with the content as opposed to the display itself.
Ctrl + Shift + T – probably my personal favorite. Have you ever accidentally closed a tab, or closed it and thought “crap I still need it” – well this shortcut is for you. It will immediately restore the last tab you closed allowing you to continue right where you left off!