30 Random 2020 Insights
Random Observation/Comment #692: “Don’t wake me, I plan on sleeping in.” ~this whole week
Why this List?
When going through my end of year clean up, I archive old Keep notes that come from random inspirations. Here’s some of my favorite out of context random notes.
Normalization of social experiences
Companies are also trying to be your bank
Cold milk, hot rue, no lumps
Shout out to the people who don’t know the opposite of in is
I know more than nothing, but less than something
This is like the word “commerce” – it really means business
Find what you love and let it kill you
Tell me some of the hardest problems you’ve faced and how you solved them
Give the spotlight to someone else
Schools have inherited all of society’s problems
Make space, don’t take it
My wife told me to stop singing Wonderwall. I said maybe…
Be nice to your future self
I’m giving you this feedback because I have high expectations and I know you can take it and make it better
Managers manage the known. Leaders manage the unknown.
Don’t promise when you’re happy, don’t reply when you’re angry, and don’t decide when you’re sad
How many light bulbs does it take to change people?
Go through door of boredom and you’ll be faced with existential dread. All of humanity’s problems come from lack of ability to stay still alone.
If we replace the “I” in illness with “we”, we get “wellness”
Someone asking for advice isn’t coming to you to solve the problem. Sometimes it’s just unloading.
Empathy needs complete suspension of your own experiences and ego
A writer writes…
Diets are easy. Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.
Letters for my future self
I’m not trying to be good, I’m just trying to be better
I have mixed drinks about feelings
I like working here because I don’t feel like I’ll be the smartest person in the room
If you treat your wife like a partner, your daughter will learn what a good man is and have high expectations
If you want a good cry, listen to this Bonus episode – https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=79946173&refid=asa
~See Lemons Look Forward to 2021
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