LOL. This is how I feel sometimes about the lovely bunch of ‘kids’ I have with me in the eye-opening Perdana Fellows program. I am by far one of the oldest, if not the oldest Fellow (eventhough we’re talking about an age standard deviation of just slightly more than one). Exciting times!
It’s not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential.
— Bruce Lee
I stumbled upon this amazing site: Sources of Insight, where the author wrote a whole article on life lessons from Bruce Lee. Worth a read.
These days it feels like I’m dealing with a daily email tsunami. There is obvious futility in trying to hack or chop at water, let alone a long high body of water that devours everything in it’s path. Naturally I turned to the the Great Oracle of Webness for help.
"Lots of time you spend dealing with email is spent writing email, and clearing up confusion with email you sent earlier. Spend less time on email and more time working by practicing good email habits: like clarity,concision, making it actionable, and relevance. The less time you spend communicating simple ideas, the less time you’ll spend sifting through your inbox”