1, #26 - Repetition is necessary.
On the last 26 weeks — Estimated Read Time: 40 seconds.
This week will be 6 months of writing 1. In considering what I’ve written so far, it strikes me how quickly we forget. I’ve spent many hours reflecting on and writing out these insights, but I still have a hard time remembering them.
So, I reread all of them. I found that most of them still had something to teach me, but these 6 stood out the most:
When you do a little bit of everything, you never do much of anything.
(1, #1 - Less is more)
Difficult choices don’t have an obvious answer, which forces prioritization.
(1, #6 - Why Hard Decisions are Hard)
Is most of what you’re reading important, or just urgent?
(1, #13 - The Never-Ending Now)
We’re addicted to possibility, but boundaries offer peace.
(1, #14 - It's okay to rest)
The other side of experience often looks like naiveté.
(1, #21 - Simplicity on the other side of complexity)
Speed in the wrong direction is worse than standing still.
(1, #25 - Prioritization > Productivity)
Insight inspired by: You. Thank you for following along!