Postanly Weekly: Weekend Briefing
I don’t usually make a second appearance in your inbox in a single week.
But just this once, I’m messaging about the update I mentioned last Wednesday.
My latest books are now available on Amazon.
Over the last two years, I’ve spent thousands of hours gathering successful habits, practical routines, timeless wisdom, and mental tools of high achievers.
These books are the records of my intellectual quest to make sense of our modern world. They’re the diary of my curiosity.
Here are the links:
If you prefer epub and pdf versions, use the links below:
If You’re Reading For Growth, Look For Answers to Specific Questions — “Insightful books have a lot of answers to many of life’s paradoxical problems. Experts from different backgrounds have shared a lot of what they know in books.”
The Trivial Decisions Trap: How Smart People Make Better Decisions, Faster — “Many of the decisions have no real impact on the trajectory of our lives, but we still have to make them. Decisions compound, though. Our accumulated choices in any given year take us to different outcomes.”
How to Make Time Slow Down — “One of the most striking things about aging is how one’s perception of time changes over the years. When you’re a kid, time seems like it stretches on forever: A week can feel like a year, and a year can feel like a lifetime.”
Timeless wisdom — “Working hard is not just a dial you turn up to 11. It's a complicated, dynamic system that has to be tuned just right at each point. You have to understand the shape of real work, see clearly what kind you're best suited for, aim as close to the true core of it as you can, accurately judge at each moment both what you're capable of and how you're doing and put in as many hours each day as you can without harming the quality of the result. This network is too complicated to trick. But if you're consistently honest and clear-sighted, it will automatically assume an optimal shape, and you'll be productive in a way few people are. — How to Work Hard
To our common journey,
Have a great weekend,