To make journaling worthwhile, ask yourself interesting questions. Here’s an easy one: what is one thing I learned today? You can’t claim to know something until you’ve tried to explain it to someone else. Today’s question challenges you to do just that.
The 75HARD is an internet challenge dubbed as the “tactical guide to winning the war with yourself.”Andy Frisella, the host of the MFCEO podcast, created the 75HARD to teach listeners how to cultivate discipline, integrity, and physical and mental toughness.In this post, I share the five most significant lessons I learned from completing the challenge this summer.
Elon Musk's genius reputation is amplified when you realize that everything he does is mutually reinforcing in the short and long term. Elon does not know at what point his projects will converge into space colonization. Elon does know that his probability of reaching Mars increases with each of his activities, so he'll stay the course.
In this short article, I explain the (very) basics of graph databases and use RoamResearch’s note-taking software as an example of an early and powerful mainstream application of this new technology.
Lately, I’ve been using my phone as an alarm because I left my physical alarm in Alabama. That means I’m in the habit of setting my alarm at night and turning it off in the morning. It means my phone is the first and last thing I touch, and I don’t like that.
The things that make you feel happy, healthy, smart, fulfilled? Reflect on what they are and keep doing them. The things that make you unproductive, unsuccessful, unhealthy, and anti-social? Hit the brakes and swap for something better.
Our ancestors did not eat seed oils, impossible burgers, naked juice, and hormone-fed livestock. These new foods are the ones that need to prove themselves. What we’ve been eating for thousands of years do not.Buy your processed food with skepticism--or don't buy them at all.