I loved the short, but really dense lessons.
There were a lot of really great tips, one of the most memorable was the "Contamination bias."
Fiore offers compelling insights into the way procrastination is rooted in our deepest fears, and those closed off places inside ourselves we often don't acknowledge. You'll find yourself wandering off in thought about your own ideas about work and some of the reasons you might procrastinate. If I were reading a hard copy of the book, this would be the kind of book that I'd frequently have to put down to think, so I would definitely recommend listening to more than once.
This book reminds me of The 7 Secrets of the Prolific: The Definitive Guide to Overcoming Procrastination, Perfectionism, and Writer's Block by Hillary Rettig because of both implore you to think about your reasons for procrastination rather than give you a prefabricated system to follow (think Getting Things Done by David Allen).
Anyone would've been better. He had a weird cadence and throughout the performances sentences seemed to break up in weird places.
This story is so grand.
I can't answer this without spoiling the story, but what I can say is that everyone gets what's coming to them in this story.
Yes, because it's a classic.
I'd never read/heard Gibson before, but I love sci-fi and am currently reading all the classics so that I can become a "REAL" sci-fi fan.
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