What I’m Reading – The Week of January 20th

At this point everyone is back to work or home from CES and it’s time to FOCUS.  Hopefully you’ll find some actionable gems of wisdom as I did in the articles below.

Below are some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking and actionable performance-related content pieces I read, watched or listened to this week.

  • Life and Business Lessons from Morgan Housel


Part of the reason pessimism is more seductive than optimism is because it’s easy to underestimate our ability to change in the future.”

  • Why Delayed Gratification Works


You can create a masterpiece in two days – after years of effort.”

  • Why Insecure People Buy More Things


Money may not buy you love, but it won’t break your heart either.”

  • Less Focus on Specific Goals and More Focus On Practicing Life


Life satisfaction is a byproduct of transitioning from being a seeker, or someone who wants a certain lifestyle, to a practitioner, or someone who lives that lifestyle day in and day out.

  • On Going Deep Versus Going Broad


Depth wasn’t so much a game of persistently striving to top myself, it was more like a new lens for looking at the tools and opportunities that had always been there.”

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This post originally appeared at www.damondamore.com

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