📖 Jan The ever increasing digital backlog of "stuff" is stressing me out. Dozens of MOOC courses, hundreds of epubs/PDFs, 1000+ games and a long list of projects are all begging for attention in the 1-2 hours a night I have free to spend as a like. How do you choose?
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🕹ī¸ Andrew Sometimes I get overwhelmed with "so many choices," so I purposefully try to limit myself to one or two things at a time. I finish a show I've started before, and then move on to a new one. The same with games, books, and movies.
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Sergiusz I just cross out from my to-do list a few books/movies/etc every couple of months. It's the only way. The life is too short. Yet.
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Uri Prioritize ruthlessly. I set out for myself 3 goals each quarter, then I see how I did at the end of the quarter. I try and do this in my personal life and my professional life.
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Burensasub Unfortunately I don't have any answers but just wanted to say that I also find it impossible to keep up
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đŸ’ģ Kernel You don't, it seems that you have a textbook case of choice overload. Limit your options!
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