Notes from “The Four Tendencies” I recently went through the book “The Four Tendencies” by Gretchen Rubin and found it to be a fascinating look at an aspect of human behavior. I encourage you to give it a read. Below you will find my notes (gathered in Obsidian
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Conviction doesn’t require a closed mind Being convicted in your beliefs is a powerful thing. If you put in the work and really know what you believe…
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Kindness is about the recipient For years, I thought that a key to being a good leader was to treat your staff with kindness. That’s not wrong, but…
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The secret to Google search: Reddit I’ve been doing something on Google quite a lot lately, and I’ve come to find out it’s part of a larger trend. When…
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Cool Heads Can Beat Courage I shared a few weeks ago that being calm can be contagious. If there is a hectic situation, your ability to keep calm will…
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Being kind doesn’t mean you’re a pushover We could all stand to see a bit more kindness in the world but I think it’s often seen as the opposite of…
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Is your decision a one-way door or a two-way door? We face a lot of decisions in life, and putting a framework around them can be helpful. Some…
Moving from Roam Research to Obsidian Over the past few weeks, I’ve been moving my primary notes database from Roam Research to Obsidian. It’s a move…
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