We have precisely the same number

http://randsinrepose.com/archives/rands-information-practices/

First and obviously, I have precisely the same number of minutes of the day that you have. Second, I am ruthless about spending my time appropriately. An individual practice above might only save me 10 seconds, but that’s 10 seconds multiplied by completing that action a thousand times in the next month. That’s around 160 minutes. That’s just under three hours of my life.

~ Rands

Sometimes Usually Rands can really wax loquatiously which is a terrible habit for one to indulge in because it wastes one’s readers’ most scarce resource: Time.

Why do you tolerate the thousand paper-cuts that waste your time each day?

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Honesty is such a lonely word

http://www.mrmoneymustache.com/2012/04/11/get-rich-with-good-old-fashioned-honesty/

But there’s another way to do it, which is to turn down all the short cuts and try honesty instead. The bizarre thing about honesty, is that it actually makes you much richer than sneakiness, even while making you feel better about your work!

~ Peter Adeney

All of my problems stem from over-simplifying things.

But, being honest with myself always cuts through my problems.

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