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+1 – the critical feedback from a "no" contains some of the best learnings for me. it also helps you understand if you are missing something, if you are poorly communicating something you are doing well, or if the third party doesn't see the world the same way that you do.
This seems like a crypto ponzi scheme. Pioneer really need to add a flag feature for posts.
On Sundays, I review my week coming up. During the week, any tasks that I don't think are a priority get punted to Sunday for review. My co-founder and I then have a call Sunday evening to align on our progress + the coming week's top priorities.
Agree though – whether you publish on Twitter or elsewhere, there's a lot of value in building external accountability.
Wednesday is the best day I think. it takes into account voting for the best feedback.
you didn't mess anything up
it's kind of like myspace and github had a baby
+1 on Glide. Bubble seems better for B2B cases. Glitch has never made sense to me.
3) weekly focus and execution
1. deep sleep -> I aim for 7.5 hours of sleep, but if I get 2hrs of deep sleep during a 6hr sleep period, I feel great
2. daily movement -> at least 30 mins running/walking, gives me a canvas for thoughts
3. supplements -> choline, vitamin D, and omega 3, especially if I'm going to be inside for 16+ hours
4. breathwork -> 2 mins a day for some calm
5. fluids -> coffee in the morning, green tea throughout the day (L-theanine source), a lot of water
6. minimize pendulum swing -> if you're getting quality sleep, nutrition, and activity, you don't need energy drinks, modafinil, etc
1. removing excuses -> you either ship or you don't
2. working in the public -> accountability is a strong push
3. weekly goals -> consistently hitting 80% of execution is a massive lever for progress
4. bias for action -> have an idea? start the first draft now and iterate
5. daily goal -> what's the ONE important thing I need to do today?
6. daily reflection -> was I better today than yesterday? what am I grateful for?
7. weekly reflection -> how did my weekly execution align with my long-term goals?
1. rescuetime -> bring awareness to where you're really spending your time
2. limit social -> I haven't used FB and IG for years, but still get trapped in twitter / youtube
3. fewer productivity tools -> I do almost everything in dropbox + notion these days
4. Saturday cleanup -> take an hour to clean your boards, backlogs, desktop, notion pages, etc
notion setup (see screenshot https://bit.ly/2XlNoaY)
1. PARA model -> projects (active initiatives), areas (of responsibility, ie product/engineering), resources (culture, hiring), archives (the trash bin where you actively dump the no longer relevant stuff during a Saturday cleanup)
2. ideas backlog -> a place I can quickly write, tag, and backlog the random ideas that come up during the day (they have a home, I feel good, and I can get focused again)
3. resonance backlog -> fight infinite browser tabs by tagging and cataloging interesting finds with save to notion
most of everything I've done is to 1) bring awareness to where I am actually spending my time, 2) minimize distractions, and 3) maximize short-term memory (mine is shit). I find shipping and flow states to be incredibly addictive.
I personally hate notion's offline capabilities, if anyone knows a good hack to cache more, I would love to hear about it.