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Time well spend

I am looking at my daily time spend.

People think that having a checklist is a good idea, but I am more of outcome oriented person. This means that if the outcomes per day satisfy me, this is already an amazing day.

I call it time well spend.

More and more I am thinking of what activities will really increase the quality of my life.

Will learning this language or that would really improve my life or not?

The challenge is that everyone wants to learn new things, but without action and stable results, your daily activity could easily become pointless and you might lose motivation.

That is why I recommend you to re-evaluate your activities and reduce them to those you might considered as “time well spend”.



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