Things I learned in 2014
2014 was possibly the greatest year of my life. I’m not a huge fan of these cheesy reflection blog posts, but I thought it would be a shame to not document the things I’ve learned this year. And if I’m going to write the list down, why not share it? So here goes…
Keep a physical journal. I’ve been a longtime user of tools like Evernote, but just a few months ago went out and purchased a physical notebook. There’s something about writing my notes on real paper, with a real pen, that I’ve found much more satisfying than typing them. I’ve also found that physically writing things down helps me remember them.
Compete only with yourself. Competition is important because it usually results in quicker growth, but competing with others makes you dependent on them. What if your competition disappears? Then you’re left to stagnate. I’ve learned that often times, the best place to look for
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