I’m a curious person with a wide range of interests. I’m interested in computer programming, writing, personal development, and business. I’m also interested in a few other fields that I haven’t mentioned. A question that often arises in my mind is this: how should I manage these different interests? I recently found an answer by reading a summary of The Da Vinci Curse. The goal of the book is to help those who have many interests but can’t determine which ones to focus on. It includes a framework to help them manage their interests and the corresponding opportunities.
Many people want to live a successful life. Not many, however, are willing to pay the price. I have read the stories of many great people, and they all share common characteristics. In particular, there is one principle that I believe they all follow, whether they realize it or not. The principle is this: Choose the hard way Yes, choose the hard way. When given the choice between the easy way and the hard way, great people consistently choose the hard way.
Do you want to become more productive? There are many methods and tools you can use for that. Some of them, however, are pretty complicated and take time to apply. But what if you want to become more productive today, not tomorrow or next week? Then you need something that’s simple and practical – something that you can apply right away. Here are nine practical ways to become more productive today.
I have something to tell you today: Life Optimizer has a new look! It has been six years since I updated the look of the website. The last time I updated it was in 2010. So I think it’s time for a facelift. I actually wanted to launch the new look at the 10th anniversary of Life Optimizer, but I couldn’t get it ready at that time. It still took quite a lot of work. But now I’m happy to tell you that it’s ready! It still has some glitches here and there, and I’m still working on them, but overall it works. If you read this through an email or feed reader, click here to check it out. Enjoy!