Month: July 2016

Notes from To Sell is Human, by Daniel H. Pink

Notes from To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others by Daniel H. Pink. – We all sell- sellers and buyers have access to roughly the same info. Buyers are not as informed in and idealized what experts think, but the balance has shifted. – Anyone can master the basics of moving others.

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Distraction kills

Do work that’s hard. Push through until it’s done. Most people stop half way through, telling themselves it’s plenty for now, or they just can’t do anymore. But push through. Go to completion. Set goals and go. Freeletics has created a near perfect tool for getting you to push through. Complete 5 sets of 30

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Total Recall by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Part I

Notes from the first half of Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story by Arnold Schwarzenegger #TotalRecall Discipline. Don’t give in to short lived wants. Take advantage of the system is subversive ways. Break the rules, they weren’t made for you. They’re there to keep others inline. Be inspired. Find a mentor. Find a leader to

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Notes from Decisive by Chip Heath

Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work by Chip Heath. Voting is not a choice. It’s yes or no. It ignores options. Biases influences our research efforts more than we realize. We look for ways to make the decision we want or evidence that supports a belief. The goal should be to

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