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Most people have never thought through how they’re going to allocate their time. You need to make a decision in advance. I never work on Saturday. I don’t ever work on Sunday either. If you make that decision on a macro level once, when all the incremental decisions arise on an incremental basis, life is easier.
In a company you have a lot of different businesses. As a manager you ask, “Which products are we going to invest our capital into?” It’s called the resource allocation process. In our personal lives we have a lot of businesses going on. I have a profession, I’m a father, a spouse, a good member of my community. How much of my time and energy can I allocate to each of those things? What I allocate becomes the strategy I have for my family, and everything else.
– Clayton Christensen
DONNA SUMMER – LAST DANCE http://t.co/uRdbXxSI
@danblondell OXO makes a really nice one. It’s got blades that are designed to slice around the pit cleanly.
@danblondell One of the few truly justifiable single-use kitchen tools is a mango slicer, I have found.
@mason_mem Or, if not, then perhaps “what” is jeopardy. Is “what” what jeopardizes inquiry?
“there is no companionship with a fool” http://t.co/XfBPKKkC
Just ask yourself whether the means devastate the ends.
NASA Survey Counts Potentially Hazardous Asteroids. (There are about ~4,700) http://t.co/zSGIjHr1
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