2 Great books on self-improvement

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Lately I have been enamored with a non-fiction author who has genuinely changed my perspective on problem solving and mental toughness.

Problem solving is the act of finding and deploying solutions on problems. And mental toughness is the wherewithal to not give up or to give in, but to stick with it.

His books have been awesome study material over the past two months, and I highly recommend you look into either of these books by Dr. Jason Selk:

So check the links in this post to get improving now, there is enough material to keep you occupied. Also, I hinted at his work in an earlier post,

You need to install a web-site blocker, a simple confession.

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I have a confession to make. Please consider making the following change as well.

This morning I had to install a site blocker on my web-browser of choice.

I know… I know. Shocking. But hear me out for why I am confessing.

Last night I realized that I was spending too much time on the things that don’t matter while I am in the middle of fulfilling my dreamline of taking my family travelling.

I realized that I was spending too much time on the same two  web pages, without really understanding why:

  • /biz/
  • /pol/

And I also realized that I was compulsively checking the following pages whenever I wasn’t doing much.

  • coinmarketcap.com
  • coinmarketcap.com/dero

Even if you aren’t some kind of anon degen like I have been, please consider getting a web-page blocker installed right now.

And thank me later.