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Ever been in an argument that just went in circles?
This is a follow up to my previous post on this.
Growing up, I was always known at the angry kid.
One of the best articles I read recently was about a technique my favourite scientist used to learn something new. It’s called the Feynman Technique.
This is a follow up and the last in my series of posts about the Arthashastra.
So, I went kinda nuts this month.
As a chronic procrastinator, I’ve been been working on figuring out how to be less of a procrastinator tomorrow.
Like I said last month, I had to up my reading for this month and managed to read 5 books. This was a bit of a challenge considering how much travelling I had to do this month. Totally worth it.
As I mentioned in my push vs pull post. Here’s my update on my 18 goals for the year.
Ever notice how you perceive time to be shorter or longer even though the same amount of time passes everyday?