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Act … Before it’s Too Late

Act … Before it’s Too Late

I Have a young friend who just lost a close “family” member – those friends you adopt into your family and they are just that.  He died the day before his 23 birthday.

What a shock to all who knew him.

Nothing profound or lengthy here – but you know that thing you have been putting off doing or saying?  Either because it’s too hard or makes you uncomfortable or you’re too busy, or too insecure?


You may not have another chance.

Life Hacks

Life Hacks

I was talking to a friend the other day about how I was systematically trying to change my internal ideology and how difficult it is to do. Partly, this arises from the fact that you are basically blind to yourself – you live inside you, so it’s hard for you to step outside of your thinking errors or even underdeveloped thoughts.

I recently read The Four-Hour Work Week and was delighted to see that over the last two years, as I have expended monumental effort to change my internal ideologies,  I have discovered and implemented the very ideas that Tim Ferriss is promoting in his famous book on time / life management.

Two helps he proposed that I have adopted:

1) Reduce / Eliminate meetings of all kinds. If you can’t get rid of the meeting altogether, see if you can deal with it on the phone or via e-mail.  Never have a meeting without an understood goal and end point. This has saved me TONS of frustration and many hours.

2) The Customer is Not Always Right.  From a business standpoint, this means get rid of your most high-maintenance customers.  They suck up 80 % of your time and energy and give very little back.  For someone not in business, this means look at who creates drama in your life and do something to reduce your exposure to these types of people.