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What it means to ‘think clockwise’

It’s no secret: The most productive people have time on their mind — all of the time. They have made mental habits that allow them to recognize inefficiencies and discover new ways to be more effective.

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Make a habit of questioning the answers

After a decade spent observing human behavior I’ve noticed some patterns that have led to a surprisingly simple theory of mine: The sources of our greatest problems are two fold: One, a lack of information and two, perhaps most importantly, a plethora of wrong information. Accordingly, we can divide the majority of the population into two camps:

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There is a reason why you don’t see Batman suit up…

It’s not sexy. It’s not glamorous. And it’s not fun so it’s often cut from the narrative.

But behind every success story is a arduous journey of preparation, of mistake-making, of embarrassment, and of pain — a side of the glamorous end result we seldom hear about or see.

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Be willing to work or be willing to be worked

Both the hammer and the nail appear on the job site, but one is at the mercy of the other. One is hammering and one is getting hammered. Technically speaking, this isn’t always negative. After all, nails are needed to build structures — but nails are rarely Mavericks. Why? …

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