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  • Peter shared from Remote: Office Not Required by Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson
    Another hack is to divide the day into chunks like Catch-up, Collaboration, and Serious Work. Some people prefer to use the mornings to catch up on email, industry news, and other low-intensity tasks, and then put their game face on for tearing through the tough stuff after lunch. Depending on your time zone, you might do the same but in reverse. For example, when David is working from Spain, his early mornings are great for getting stuff done before anyone from the United States is awake. After a mid-morning to afternoon break spent with his family, he uses the evenings for collaboration.
  • Peter shared from The Attack of the Unexpected by Magnus Lindkvist
    Fear is a poor guide to the future, and even worse as a trigger for decision-making.
    Note: Fear is a poor guide to the future, and even worse as a trigger for decision-making.
  • Peter shared from The Attack of the Unexpected by Magnus Lindkvist
    Certainty is the enemy of innovation.
    Note: Certainty is the enemy of innovation.
  • Peter shared from The Attack of the Unexpected by Magnus Lindkvist
    It is a self-delusion – a reality distortion field – that helps us to plan ahead and view our lives as something meaningful.
    Note: A reality distortion field – that helps us to plan ahead and view our lives as something meaningful
  • Peter shared from Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School by John Medina
    The brain appears to be designed to solve problems related to surviving in an unstable outdoor environment, and to do so in nearly constant motion. I call this the brain’s performance envelope.
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