Measure what Matters. Analyse the Facts.
What we perceive is never the world directly, but rather our brain’s best guess at what that world is like. It all depends on your lens, remember to ask "what is the opposite way to look at this?" then twist the dial. Leaves a lot to the imagination your questions provide the lens.
Which path are you on?
Cashflow buys time
- Establish how much you really need
- Arbitrage location and knowledge to maximise income value
- Create a cashflow forecast that’s tied to a working budget
- Continously track and adjust position to maintain freedom
- What pain points are you ignoring?
- What worries you most?
- What is the worst thing that could happen?
- What will you wish you asked yourself three months from now?
If I had 20 days to solve a problem, I would spend 19 days to define it. Albert Einstein
Don't accept things at face value - [Be wary of the illusion
Limit scope to the minimum
Resources you have at your disposal
What metrics are truly valuable of your time?
Critical Reflection - are you reading things the right way? How could you interpret the situation from another persons eyes?
As part of a weekly ritual reflect on the following four steps ...
- Mistakes made
- How you reached decision
- What you have learned
- How you will approach differently
- What would you need to know to prevent mistake from occurring again?
- Can I create a checklist to ease flow of work in future?
- Be present
- Go with the flow
Create a micro services business with flat top earnings of happy income get as many people to earn that level as possible. Reward with more free time to pursue interests and voting capital allocation to pursue projects of interest.
You can't always control events, but you can master the story you tell.