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17 | Sunday Sift ⏳

The Mind of a Master Procrastinator, James Clear on preparation, Tommy Newberry on thoughts, and a question about experience vs. memory

Whit Rasmussen
Whit Rasmussen
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17 | Sunday Sift ⏳

Happy Sunday!  

I hope you have enjoyed a fantastic week.

Without further delay, please enjoy this week's curation.


‍📺 Video Worth Watching

Inside The Mind of a Master Procrastinator

a TED Talk by Tim Urban, author of the online blog, Wait But Why.

Funny, accurate, and useful.


💭 Quotes On My Mind

Always be prepared to absorb a big hit.
Always be focused enough to create a big win.
Diversified enough to survive, concentrated enough to matter.

-James Clear

Almost everything that happens to you, good or bad, originates with a single thought.

-Tommy Newberry


🧠 Question To Consider

Which is more important - your experiences or your memories?

Sometimes, the best memories were not enjoyable experiences.


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