5 dating resolutions for 2016
Get comfortable not having an opinion It’s important to be able to justify your opinions, but not everything is important enough for you to put a lot of research into. Everything you care about uses some of your limited supply of mental energy.Too often, we feel obligated to have an opinion on every topic set before us. If someone asks you your opinion about a topic you haven’t thought about before, don’t make one up on the spot- but admitting that you haven’t thought about it yet, you retain the ability to form a well-informed opinion later on.6. Many ambitious or “socially conscious” people fail to grasp this- they get worked up about everything, and accomplish nothing.If I could travel back in time and do one thing, I wouldn’t cheat on the stock market, or kill Hitler. What follows are some of the most important lessons I’ve learned in life- from books, from hard-fought experience, from friends, teachers and mentors much wiser than myself.
If you’re too positive, you’ll be overconfident, fail to anticipate how your plans can go awry, and constantly let yourself off the hook for your failures, without learning from them.
Always have just one or two goals you’re focusing on To make big improvements in one area of your life, you need to work on that one area for at least 20 hours a week, for at least three months. You can only do this for one or two things at a time.
You can and should have more than two life goals, but learn to focus on one or two at a time, while saving the others for later.8.
Sadly, we can’t time travel, but what we can do is learn from others, which is a hell of a lot faster than trying to figure things out for ourselves.
Here are 40 little knowledge bombs that, in my opinion, took me way too long to learn.