“What do I want? Why do I want it? Then what’s the best way to get there. Make a list of every possibility. You’re not gonna do em all. Which of those matter and allows you to get there. It allows you shrink the work to where you focus on outcomes instead of the activity. Most people mistake movement for achievement. They’re busy all the time. What I want is fulfullment. To be fulfilled, you have to consciously decide what you want and why you want it.” Tony Robbins
Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft talk to Susan Cain, founder of the "Quiet Revolution," about introverts; plan a surprise date, and how to discover and listen to more podcasts. Source: Podcast 107: Plan a Secret Date, a Conversation with "Quiet" Author Susan Cain, and Discover New Podcasts.
“Your main job is to take seriously whatever the people who work for you take seriously.” Charles Duhigg
"If anyone knows the difference between being busy and being productive it’s Charles Duhigg. The Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times and author of The Power of Habit has made a name for himself plumbing the science of productivity, and this week he’s joining us on the podcast." Read more: Charles Duhigg on Self-Motivation, Mental Models, and Getting Stuff Done