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Focusing

I define a set of rules (with 6 daily habits), processes & goals for myself to follow. They all act as a framework for how I lead my life and keep my focus.

Motivation is a byproduct of action, not the catalyst for it. When you just can’t bring yourself to start, that’s when it’s most important to just do it — it always completely fixes how you're feeling.

Focus often means sacrifice in that you have to choose something that is truly impactful/important despite having many choices that you consider more fun/enjoyable to do.

Focusing on what's important

I use 2Do as my personal task manager. I schedule events in my calendar and plan the day/week in context of my tasks & priorities.

I work on ideas I find valuable to me most & make things.

I focus on solving problems & limit distractions (only essential notifications setup).

I support my happiness by working on projects that I care about and looking after my health.

I have 2Do setup to schedule a weekly Sunday review & plan task.

I love listening to Inspired/Focus playlists when working.

If you are a fan of Succession, this scene from it always gets me going.

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