Control the inputs, not the outcomes
You don't always have control over the outcomes (the end goal that you'd like to achieve), but you always have control over what you put into something.
Time, location, materials. Distractions or focus.
Schedule your day.
Pay more for location.
Pay a fair price for a quality business.
- 116.010 Life Lessons - One minute of planning is worth ten minutes of doing
- 116.023 Life Lessons - Make other people's decisions easy
- 116.054 Life Lessons - Ask for help
- 116.047 Life Lessons - He who best defines the problem usually wins
- 109 Productivity
- 109.36 Productivity - Always shut down email when not actively using it