Something to think about
"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who couldn't hear the music." Friedrich Nietzsche
"Life is an endless series of interruptions and distractions." Many times "those distractions" have two legs.
You must take care of your valuable time, especially if you are an entrepreneur or digital nomad. You need to be protective of it; otherwise, people can quickly steal it from you. They don't do this on purpose, but it happens because they have their own priorities, and they usually are unaware that you are busy, too, even though you are not working in the office from 9-5. People often think you can adjust your time more easily because of this 'freedom' you have as a digital nomad or remote worker.
This quickly escalates into not making the progress needed. However, strong will, systems, and habits can help you get on track and, most importantly, stay on track.
We are trying to built our days around habits and utilizing OKRs to stay on track with all the tasks. We wrote an ultimate guide to OKRs, so check it out if you want to join the movement.
Tool of the week
Talking about OKRs and habits, we can't pass Notion, or as I like to call it, my extended brain. 🧠 I use it daily for everything from creating notes, databases, performance boards, calendars, crypto dashboards, and basically everything that comes my way - I add to Notion.
It's a very versatile tool and helps us tremendously with having our small team aligned with the tasks.
Duolingo 491 days
Headspace 485 days
We are looking into apps to start learning Thai, as it's not supported on Duolingo. But, for now, the best one that we found is Drops.
Do you know it and already use it? Just tweet me
Our content of the week
We published 2 articles in the last week, both around cold staking: