What counts as interesting?

When’s the last time you learned something useful? Something that really shifted your knowledge and made a difference.

How about the last time you found something “interesting” online—or several “interesting” things online?

Every day, you make this choice on your time:

  • Sink it in a black hole
  • Invest in yourself

Sadly, it’s easy to sink it in a black hole of interestingness.

In today’s world, the ability to learn quickly, extract information and create meaning is a competitive advantage. Because…

Ironically, even though there’s more information than ever, it’s easier than ever to get stuck in black holes.

Think of it this way:

You can either spend 60 mins a day getting sucked into the the world of needless interestingness OR invest the same amount of time in yourself, growing your knowledge, re-mixing knowledge and creating substance in the world.


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My Favorite Tip This Week

Accept that Done is better than perfect, and you will be more productive and satisfied with your life. There is no such thing as perfection, you will struggle to cover that last 3% of your project, while you could be at 40% of your next one.

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