Finished 3 books within the last 48 hours thanks to audiobooks. I’m really enjoying audible and being able to finish books in days that’d normally would take me months to finish.
Latest one being TFIOS and forgot how insightful it is to read a good story. Be it fiction or nonfiction, a good story is something that can transcend us into our own world much like a song or movie. Audiobooks for me bring life to a story & characters the same way a movie does. Now I know stories like this aren’t for everyone and some people argue how it’s not like this in “real life” no shit… It’s a story. As important as it is to learn and gain knowledge it’s just as important to have an imagination & tap into it.
Finishing this book it reminded me we’re all in the business of storytelling. My YouTube videos & work I conduct are a part of storytelling. Our legacy is built each day our story is unraveled as we live. That said here’s to more books & stories.
‘The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings.’
Hayden Calnin - Shutters
Late night work music.
Harvey Specter’s 18 Rules
I NEED THIS.
Huntsman Great Coat.
You can never be overdressed or overeducated.
Oscar Wilde (via hefuckin)
I remember the now superfluous term “Lifehack" back in the day being one that was used all over the web. From famous bloggers to sites like lifehacker describing a term we now know as efficient. Reviewing things as of late I thought it’d be a good idea to take into account the things I’ve adjusted lately and or followed to help myself get through the day more efficiently. Time is our most valuable asset, once used it cannot be bought back. So I aim to spend the time I have efficiently as possible doing things I enjoy with people whom I enjoy.
Here are a list of things that help me save time & or use it to it maximum potential. Services/tips that save me minutes, which in return save hours, and ultimately days. All of which in business equals money while in my personal life equals time with people I want to spend it with.
You don’t need a new tool. You need to commit to getting more out of the ones you have.
Garrick van Buren (@garrickvanburen) April 23, 2014
Lately it’s been like this with my technology. A state of satisfaction of what I have and making it work to the best of its abilities.