Continuous Improvement: How It Works and How to Master It
It's easy to dismiss the value of making slightly better decisions on a daily basis. But hey, it works. James Clear shares actionable tips on how we can get better daily.
1) Do more of what already works
2) Avoid tiny losses
3) Measure backward, not forward.
How to Be Great? Just Be Good, Repeatably
Greatness doesn't come instantly. It is earned. "...there is no such thing as greatness at a specific instance in time. Greatness is instead a reflection of a period of effort, since greatness in a single instance can be reduced to luck."
Ambitious People Accomplishing Things Fast
Patrick Collison shares examples of projects that have moved quickly. Some people don't just dream big. They build fast. Examples:
" Walt Disney's conception of "The Happiest Place on Earth" was brought to life in 366 days"
"The New York Subway. The first contract was awarded on February 21 1900. 28 stations opened and general operation commenced on October 27 1904, 4.7 years later. In April 2000, the MTA decided to build the Second Avenue Subway. The first phase, with 3 stations, opened on January 1 2017. " Look at the crazy speed difference.
Adjacent skills are closely related to the ones you already have. You already have the foundational blocks from your current skills, so you aren't starting from scratch. How do you choose a skill to pick up? Click into the article to figure out.
Why TikTok is addictive
Interactive multimedia explaining the psychology of TikTok. What an interesting format!