Currently reading: Rhinoceros Success: The Secret to Charging Full Speed Toward Every Opportunity by Scott Alexander 📚
Our research indicated that you did something to upset her, but honestly, dude, we have no idea what that might be. You probably said something dumb.
I really wanted to enjoy this book. Michael Hyatt regularly writes and speaks on topics that interest me, but for some reason they just don’t click with me. Perhaps it’s because he’s pivoted to focusing on “high performers” and I’m just a stay-at-home dad, but it’s disappointing that I’m walking away from this book without a single thing that I can use. And that’s very unusual.
I don’t doubt that many people benefit greatly from the principles and techniques in the book. I’m just not one of them.
I will say that the design and layout is gorgeous!
Would I recommend: NO
Finished reading: Free to Focus: A Total Productivity System to Achieve More by Doing Less by Michael Hyatt 📚
Benedict & I snuck away on a sleepy Sunday afternoon to discuss a few of his favorite things.
The Babylon Bee has been the world’s best satire site for thousands of years, spawning dozens of secular knock-offs that just aren’t quite as good.
I’m working my way through aviation safety training with the WINGS program. I forgot how fun all of this stuff is.
We’ve been traveling and sick. Hello again, folks!
Those who march come together to stand against abortion, the most significant human-rights abuse of the modern era.
Truth is a powerful thing.
“So, anyway, I know you’re busy, just wanted to chat for a few minutes. By the way, what was the name of your first pet?”
Since the launch of iOS 13 last fall, third-party access to users’ background location data has reportedly declined by 68 percent
Great! More of this.