Scaling Yourself: Scott HanselmanEvan Travers
The less you do, the more of it you can do.
I think about this talk every day. It transformed how I work. Mr. Hanselman inspired me to write thoughtfully instead of sharing mindlessly1. It's a twenty minute primer on the core aspects of focus that evolved my youthful interest in "lifehacks" into an ongoing study on living effectively.
I was first exposed to this by Anthony Crumley, one of his many thoughtful gifts.
If it wasn't for this talk, this blog post would instead be ten texts to ten friends saying "watch this!" ↩
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