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Dream like Elon Musk

Dream like Elon Musk

If you’re worth $15.6 billion, and you have 3 companies that are fulfilling your fantasies of changing the world, would you stop dreaming?

I sure hope not!

This is the case for Elon Musk. CEO and CTO of SpaceX, CEO and product architect of Tesla, Inc., CEO of Neuralink, Chairman of SolarCity, and Co-chairman of OpenAI.

Musk’s long term goal is to colonize Mars. The dream is that humans can continue surviving on our neighboring Red Planet.
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The Purge: Spring Cleaning Donation

The Purge: Spring Cleaning Donation

When I was doing research for my post on decision fatigue, I came across an interesting article about reducing your closet to a 30-piece wardrobe. The author’s aim was to minimize her life and wardrobe by reducing her choices. This is the premise for reducing decision fatigue.

This was my inspiration as well. I wanted to make my life easier by getting rid of clothes that I don’t need nor wear. I am a huge proponent of simplifying life and saving my brain for areas that matter. Personally, my wardrobe does not matter that much to me.

This spring, I decided to take “Spring Cleaning” to a whole new level. I purged my closet.

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Congratulations, you’re right… so what?

Congratulations, you’re right… so what?

If you recall, my New Year’s resolution was to read one book a month. Going into the month of May, I have read 8 books, and I am on track to complete 2 more by June. One of the books I am reading now is “How to win friends and influence people,” by Dale Carnegie.

Almost every time I look up “best business books to read,” this book is listed. I can finally understand why. Carnegie’s masterpiece is an easy, fantastic read. Originally, it was written in 1936. Decades later, the principles of human behavior listed in the book are relevant today.

The principles that Carnegie covers are not difficult to digest. Honestly, I believe they’re common sense. The problem is that we tend to be so self-absorbed and self-promoting that we neglect others around us.

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