Over the last year, I have emphasized the need to speed read. Speed reading is an excellent exercise for our minds, but it also creates space to do other things. I have also mentioned the importance to meditate as a ritual. Today, I want to discuss applying some of the same ideas to other non-fiction books. These good books hold decades of wisdom and experiences if we extract the information.
I want to be real today so that on Monday you are not disappointed. Morning can be an inconvenient time when you have been up with a sick family member or even a crying baby. It can sometimes be a struggle to get things started and time is a precious commodity. But even with all of these things, it is still possible to create a morning routine that drives you out of bed every morning with energy.Create a super productive morning with the right amount of sleep and fuel. Click To Tweet
If you have been following for a while, you will know not long ago I asked you to kill the task list. The list can grow out of proportion. The overwhelming feeling prevents a clear mindset. It clutters up thinking, and the list becomes unmanageable. Rather than sift through all the rubbish, you should bury it. We should create systems that help us reduce the clutter. If we manage them with a few rules, we can stay organized.