Believes small focus is beautiful and that being able to pay attention to the task at hand is now a competitive advantage.
Thinks creativity is a muscle and you must exercise it regularly to stay in good shape.
“What I do every day matters more than what I do once in a while.”
Believes you will be more productive if you categorize projects into high attention and low attention categories, and plan for imperfection.
Thinks how your structure your day and being willing to say no determines how much you will get out of your day, and that most things can wait longer than you think.
“All of the most fulfilled people I know focus more on the quality of their connections than the quantity of them.”
Believes it’s important to give your ideas time and space to ripen.
Thinks you should stop saying you’re sorry all the time.
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