Compound time, like compound interest, yields surprisingly large returns over time.

  1. Keep a journal.
  2. Nap. Seriously, naps increase learning, memory, awareness, creativity, and productivity.
  3. Walk for 15 minutes per day.
  4. Read.
  5. Conversation.
  6. Experiment.

Unleash your creativity and focus deliberately on learning and rest.

Sitting at Your Computer All Day is Exhausting.

The Bullet Journal, minus the hype.

You can’t be great at one task if you’re constantly dividing your time 10 different ways. Mastery requires focus and consistency. Do the most important thing first each day. It’s the only productivity trick you need.


Here is a great article on the Best Music for Studying (or coding, or working, or concentrating).

FYI: I agree the soundtrack for How to Train Your Dragon is great to listen to when coding.

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