Artiklid motivatsiooni ja keskendumise teemadel
* "Enesetõhusus ja usk"; slaidid. Teemaks usk enesesse kombineerituna usuga eesmärkide olulisusse (organisatsioonikäitumise essee, 15. nov 2003).
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Why do we crave distraction over downtime?
“We are depriving ourselves of every opportunity for disconnection.”
2. Daily doses of deep thinking.
3. Meditation and naps to clear the mind.
5. Protect the state of no-intent.
When you're rushing to a solution, your mind will jump to the easiest and most familiar path. But when you allow yourself to just look out the window for 10 minutes – and ponder – your brain will start working in a more creative way. It will grasp ideas from unexpected places. It's this very sort of unconscious creativity that leads to great thinking.
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Good and Bad Procrastination
Errands are so effective at killing great projects that a lot of people use them for that purpose
The most dangerous form of procrastination is unacknowledged type-B procrastination, because it doesn't feel like procrastination.
What's the best thing you could be working on, and why aren't you? (Richard Hamming)
Why is it so hard to work on big problems? One reason is that you may not get any reward in the forseeable future. If you work on something you can finish in a day or two, you can expect to have a nice feeling of accomplishment fairly soon. If the reward is indefinitely far in the future, it seems less real.
Another reason people don't work on big projects is, ironically, fear of wasting time. What if they fail? Then all the time they spent on it will be wasted. (In fact it probably won't be, because work on hard projects almost always leads somewhere.)
There's more to it than that. Big problems are terrifying. There's an almost physical pain in facing them. It's like having a vacuum cleaner hooked up to your imagination.
You have to work on small things that could grow into big things, or work on successively larger things, or split the moral load with collaborators.
Let delight pull you instead of making a to-do list push you... and you'll leave the right things undone.
* So many of our dreams seem impossible, then improbable, then inevitable. ~ Christopher Reeve
* Yes, you can be a dreamer and a doer, too, if you will remove one word from your vocabulary: Impossible. ~ Robert H. Schuller
* The only place where your dream becomes impossible is in your own thinking. ~ Robert H. Schuller
* You have to have a dream so you can get up in the morning. ~ Billy Wilder
* All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, to make it possible. ~ Thomas Edward Lawrence
* When you stop having dreams and ideals--well, you might as well stop altogether. ~ Marian Anderson
* Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.