On the August 25, 2020 episode of Charles Duhigg’s How To! podcast, Guy Raz said that a disruptive idea is (I assume he means “almost” and not “absolutely”) going to be rejected by most people, quoting the Airbnb founder’s experience.Continue reading “On Disruptive Ideas–Don’t be Misguided”
Ah, impromptu speaking. How do we make sure that we are ever-ready to say something, especially something smart, when you run into someone or when you are called upon to speak impromptu at a group meeting?
I watched one of Ryan Serhant’s recent vlogs on time management recently. He started the video with a powerful message:
You have 24 hours in a day, 60 minutes in an hour, which means you have 1,440 minutes to spend in a day.
He then counted and let the video lapse for five long seconds. Yup, it felt like forever! Five seconds can feel very long in some circumstances!
We are all “rich in time,” is what he said. I think it actually depends, but it is a good way to frame your day. Everyday, every morning, you wake up and start your day with new time! Better yet, everyone gets the same amount of time. You choose how you would spend your time, everyday. Sometimes we choose how our time is spent; sometimes we go about the day spending time blindly. Wouldn’t you say?