How to Be Better at Almost Everything, Pat Flynn
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Pat Flynn

How to Be Better at Almost Everything

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Maria Lyukina
Maria Lyukinahat Zitat gemachtletztes Jahr
But then there’s this other kind of freedom that says: “Hey look, man, it’s great you don’t want to be anybody’s personal minion—I’m with ya there—but do you really think just doing whatever you want is going to lead to a happy existence?” Actually, dude, this is what I would tell that person: “It’s often better to take options away, so long as you’re removing those options yourself.”

Because here’s freedom for excellence: this is the freedom that comes from restriction.

Freedom for excellence isn’t about being able to move in this or that direction like in the notion of autonomous self-direction; it’s about having the power to pursue whatever skills you think are worth having and developing the discipline to say no to all the things that are distracting you from your life’s purpose.
Maria Lyukina
Maria Lyukinahat Zitat gemachtletztes Jahr
because there’s really no assurance that just because people are free, they’ll make the most of themselves
Alit Sanjayaa
Alit Sanjayaahat Zitat gemachtletztes Jahr
You don’t have to be the best in the world to get ahead. You don’t need to be number one to see the limelight, strike it rich, or find meaning in life
Doli Rioniari
Doli Rioniarihat Zitat gemachtletztes Jahr
General

Walk 20–60 minutes per day. Use the following morning-recharge/mobility routine: 2 minutes of jumping rope; 5 minutes of Turkish get-ups; 2 minutes of Hindu push-ups.

DAY 1:

Push, Hinge—5 sets of 3 @ 5 RM.

DAY 2:

Squat, Pull—3 sets of 8 @ 12 RM. Carry: 3 sets × 1 minute.

DAY 3:

Interval running. 10-second sprint; 30-second jog; 1-minute brisk walk. Repeat for 15–20 minutes.

DAY 4:

Push, Hinge—3 sets of 8 @ 12 RM.

DAY 5:

Pull, Squat—5 sets of 3 @ 5 RM. Carry: 3 sets × 1 minute.

DAY 6:

Push, Pull, Hinge, Squat—3 sets x 5 reps @ 7 RM.

DAY 7:

Walking and mobility only.
akirapascual
akirapascualhat Zitat gemachtletzten Monat
it doesn’t matter what you’re interested in. The only thing that matters is that you figure out how to apply the principles of generalism so you practice it in the most efficient way, toward the outcome you want
isabelmauroampuero
isabelmauroampuerohat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
Every skill is obtained by practicing that skill specifically, so we use Short-Term Specialization to bring up whatever skill set we need as efficiently as possible
isabelmauroampuero
isabelmauroampuerohat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
specific adaptations to imposed demands,”
isabelmauroampuero
isabelmauroampuerohat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
Part of the reason a lot of people never reach their fitness goals is that they don’t think of fitness as a skill; they think of fitness as a habit. And while building a habit is important for building a skill, it’s not enough to just get into the routine of doing something without also finding a way to progress within that routine.
isabelmauroampuero
isabelmauroampuerohat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
Specific practice produces specific results
Cohen
Cohenhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
Obviously, we need the ability to make decisions for ourselves in order to make the right decisions for ourselves
Cohen
Cohenhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
Because self-improvement isn’t about getting things; it’s about becoming someone, and the someone worth becoming is a person who cares about not what they get but rather what they create.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
general physical preparedness over specific physical preparedness.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
I’ve gotten away from wanting to be better than other people, and now I just focus on being good myself.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
because generalists aren’t trying to be better than anyone; they’re only trying to be better at things. See the difference?
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
Because happiness is not something somebody can give us, and that includes our parents, our spouse, and the president. Happiness is what happens when we engage in good activities, so happiness is not only a habit but an act. Happiness is not an outcome; it’s a deed. It’s not like we do one thing like get married or make a million bucks and suddenly we’re happy and that’s it. That’s not what happiness is. Happiness is a state of mind that’s produced over time by doing good things.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 5 Monaten
I believe we all have every right to pursue happiness, but we have no right to expect happiness just because we live and breathe.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 6 Monaten
the power to pursue whatever skills you think are worth having and developing the discipline to say no to all the things that are distracting you from your life’s purpose.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 6 Monaten
Because here’s freedom for excellence: this is the freedom that comes from restriction.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 6 Monaten
Obviously, we need the ability to make decisions for ourselves in order to make the right decisions for ourselves, but just because we have the ability to make our own decisions doesn’t mean we will make the right decisions. We might make the wrong decisions for ourselves. So that’s not good.
Mădă Ianoşiu
Mădă Ianoşiuhat Zitat gemachtvor 6 Monaten
the libertarian is incorrect to think that freedom of indifference is all people need for a happy life, because there’s really no assurance that just because people are free, they’ll make the most of themselves.
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