What We Should Have Learned in School But Never Did
I agree our education system is lacking in the ways that matter in our current time.
This makes sense. If I just read the books in my house on my TBR I would smash my Goodread's 2018 Reading Challenge. That's without even having to go to the library.
This is that kind of ironic truth; something we have only had to worry with in the last 15 or 20 years but it is probably 90% of our truths.
A different view on what productivity looks like. The thoughts on getting up in the morning really made sense. And the "Why" exercise is something I am going to work on tonight.
I came to appreciate Alice in Wonderland when I got older. Not sure why, maybe the nonsense of the story actually made sense then. Here are some great quotes from the story.
"...purposefully, deliberately, and strategically eliminating the non-essentials."
Harder than it sounds but this article sheds some light on real decision making things.
I think one of the worst things we were thought was how to multi-task and the urgency of task.
I love the idea of this. I was just saying this morning my day was making me feel like a robot. I needed to switch some things up since I hadn't done a single thing creative all month long!
How Newton's Science is helping me be more productive
We all do this sometimes
Check out his book "On Writing" where he discuss more of this. its a great read.
"Backward Index, which includes some 315,000 cards listing words spelled … backward."