- You have to stub born for your ideas and flexible in the details.
- You can choose with a life of ease and comfort, otherwise a life full of adventures and service. Choose which one give you satisfaction when you are 90 yo.
- You can’t ask for trust, you have to earn it.
- Every job comes with pieces we don’t like.
- Stress primarily comes from not taking action about something which you actually have control over.
- Stress comes from ignoring things, that you shouldn’t be ignoring.
- Plan B will defocus from making the plan B work. Plan B is like work the Plan A.
How to read
Article Author: Darius Foroux Created: January 12, 2018 8:59 PM Property: Books-summaries Updated: December 29, 2021 9:18 AM
- Read for a purpose
- See yourself as a teacher
- Write book notes , reviews
- Apply one thing immediately after reading
Accountability is a powerful thing. Making a commitment to doing something and then holding ourselves accountable to others is one of the most useful tools in our motivation and productivity arsenals.
For example you can ask your partner to ask your updates on a daily basis.
If you find yourself gazing at screens all day, your eye doctor may have mentioned this rule to you. Basically, every 20 minutes spent using a screen, you should try to look away at something that is 20 feet away from you for a total of 20 seconds.
It takes about 20 seconds for your eyes to completely relax.
Peterson’s 12 rules Rule 1 Stand up straight with your shoulders back Rule 2 Treat yourself like you would someone you are responsible for helping Rule 3 Make friends with people who want the best for you Rule 4 Compare yourself with who you were yesterday, not with who someone else is today Rule 5 Do not let your children do anything that makes you dislike them Rule 6 Set your house in perfect order before you criticize the world Rule 7 Pursue what is meaningful (not what is expedient) Rule 8 Tell the truth – or, at least, don’t lie Rule 9 Assume that the person you are listening to might know something you don’t Rule 10 Be precise in your speech Rule 11 Do not bother children when they are skate-boarding Rule 12 Pet a cat when you encounter one on the street
One thing about business that people don’t realize: it takes just as much effort to create a small business as it does to create a large one.
Whether you’re Elon Musk or the guy running three Italian restaurants in town, you’re working 80 hours a week; you’re sweating bullets; you’re hiring and firing people; you’re trying to balance the books; it’s highly stressful; and it takes years and years of your life.
In one case, you get companies worth $50-$100 billion and everyone’s adulation. In the other, you might make a little bit of money and you’ve got some nice restaurants. So think big.