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  • Conti shared from a Personal Document
    ‘Everyone should walk through an Emergency Room at least once in their life. Because it makes you realize what your priorities are. It’s not the rush, rush, rush and the money, money, money; it’s the people you love and the fact that one minute they might be there and one minute they might be gone.’
    Note: emergency room
  • Conti shared from a Personal Document
    our sanity and our happiness will have more to do with our interpersonal relationships than with what the weather is like, or what job we do, or our hobbies. We run about, earning a living, achieving things and making a decent show of it all (or not), but what affects us most are the people around us:
    Note: sanity and happiness
  • Conti shared from a Personal Document
    To begin self-observing, ask yourself these questions: What am I feeling now? What am I thinking now? What am I doing at this moment? How am I breathing? These simple questions are important because when we have answered them, we are in a better position to proceed to the next question: What do I want for myself in this new moment?3
    Note: self observing
  • Conti shared from a Personal Document
    “Blogging, at base, is writing down what you think when you read others. If you keep at it, others will eventually write down what they think when they read you, and you’ll enter a new realm of blogging, a new realm of human connection.”
    Note: blogging is...
  • Conti shared from a Personal Document
    small steps at regular intervals, repeated over time, form a highly effective way to establish new habits. When you are familiar with simply paying attention to your mind on media on a regular basis—daily, hourly, every ten minutes, or whatever you can manage—turn your ever-stronger attentional skill to improving the quality of the microdecisions you make online.
    Note: online microdecision