Do you believe in bucket list?
One of the things I had was to write a book. Why? No idea.
I wanted to fill up the list with as many things as possible. I was doing it simply because everyone around me had one, and I didn't question it. If I still had a bucket list, I would have stopped at the first parenting guide which I wrote back in 2020. I would have never written my second, my third book.
Bucket list is only good if you have a system which allows you to try the things that you want. I think we shouldn't be worrying about the things we wish we had done at the end of our life. Instead, YOU should feel proud that you have taken every opportunity to try the things that you wanted in life, and help others while doing the things that you truly enjoy.
When I reflected it, I had this realisation a few years ago. Bucket list is a glass half-empty way of living our life.
Thank you for coming back. I appreciate your support. I hope this newsletter gives you insights and provides a growth moment for you.
Here are 1 idea from me, 1 learning from others, and 1 question for you to ponder this week.
1 Idea from Me
1 Learning from Others
I am reading Deep Work by Cal Newport this week.
High-Quality Work Produced = (Time Spent x Intensity of Focus)
There are four ways to do deep work scheduling. Monastic, Bimodal, Rhythmic and Journalistic.
1 Question for You to Ponder
- Does the need for busyness take over your presence for things, people?
- Is your life full of deep work or shallow work?
A busy and productive life does not = a meaningful life.
I hope you enjoyed this week's newsletter.
See you next week. ❤️
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