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#26: Starcraft lessons (for productivity!)
These are six mental models to apply for better productivity.
Notepod #25: Lessons from NYC Food Spots
Back with some lessons from NYC Food Spots. Based on these three posts from the blog that I wrote in August.
Creator lessons from NYC food: Very Fresh Noodles
Creator lessons from NYC food: Katz’s
Creator lessons from NYC food: Xi’an Famous Foods
Notepod #24: 5 Principles of Generalism ("How to be Better at Almost Everything")
Breaking down the principles of generalism from Pat Flynn's "How to be Better at Almost Everything"
The Notepod #23: How to use your free time well (and the importance of leisure)
These are some book notes about leisure
Notepod #22: "Arnold"
Just finished reading "Arnold: The Education of a Bodybuilder"
Notepod #21: 3 Tools for Thinking - Loops, Friction, and Levels
3 mental tools:
- Loops: Open for curiosity, Close for focus
- Friction: Add for bad habits, Remove for good habits
- Level Changes: Up/Down for learning and teaching, Left/Right for creativity
I have been a listener since the beginning.
The banter between Walter and Francis are entertaining and natural. Often at times very humorous.
Keep up the great job, guys! More talk about video games, and bring back Jason!
Discovery and Reciprocity
As I listen to these episodes I can’t help but appreciate Walter and Ces’s willingness to introspect and discover tools. Their conversations can be lighthearted but they also have a depth that I feel will have a lasting impact on their audience. As a creative and driven person, I personally relate to most if not all the topics they discuss and have a deep appreciation for their openness. Thanks for what you do!
Check it out. 💪