An video with Arnold Schwarzenegger about how he trained to become Mr. Universe and his life . Many of the of the ideas can be applied outside of
Arnold Schwarzenegger | Blueprint Training Program

I can already see big improvements from reading "Getting Things Done" by David Allen. If you know , this code will essentially explain the book
for i in range(0,1000):
print("Proper planning with the GTD methodology can make your life much better")

While reading "Getting Things Done" by David Allen, I found this really interesting and profound quote about :
"Cognitive scientists have now proven the reality of 'decision fatigue'—that every decision you make, little or big, diminishes a limited amount of your brain power. Deciding to 'not decide' about an email or anything else is another one of those decisions, which drains your psychological fuel tank."

A really great video about flash cards.
How to use Flash Cards | How to Study | Flashcards Study Tips

Unfortunately, this week I greatly underestimated how long it would take to finish the book I'm reading, "Getting Things Done". It has so much useful information, and I spent most of today and yesterday reading it, thinking about the content, and making notes. I'm going to give myself 1 or 2 more days to finish it, but still need to read another book next week.

"The best way to get a good idea is to get lots of ideas." — Linux Pauling

"Thinking in a concentrated manner to define desired outcomes and requisite next actions is something that few people feel they have to do (until they have to). But in truth, it is the most effective means available for making wishes a reality." - David Allen in

Continuing my of 1 . Last week, I read The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. It's an allegorical novel about seeking your dreams. A message from the book is, although you may suffer more by going after your dreams, you will gain more confidence and happiness.

Regardless if the story of Warren Buffet's 5/25 rule was ever told by Warren Buffet, it is still something that can be very valuable.
Warren Buffett's 5/25 Rule Will Help You Focus On The Things That Matter

This year, one of my goals is to read 1 book per week. Last year I had this goal, but failed. This year, I am much more determined. Today, I read "Who Moved My Cheese?" which is a story about change. Reading the book will inspire lots of reflection

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