The Good Stuff (3/8)

Every week I’ll try to share some articles, blogs, images that I’ve found interesting or inspiring – the good stuff! The aim is to learn and promote learning – yet not forgetting the fun in the process! 🙂

Productivity Czar David Allen’s Secret to Getting Things Done – “This brings to bear to prescient points: that our decisions get better when we map them out and that the work we’re flying at presently needs to be grounded in long-term thinking.”

You Never Marry The Right Person – Wonderful article by Tim Keller. A quote that’s awesome at length, “Destructive to marriage is the self-fulfillment ethic that assumes marriage and the family are primarily institutions of personal fulfillment, necessary for us to become “whole” and happy. The assumption is that there is someone just right for us to marry and that if we look closely enough we will find the right person. This moral assumption overlooks a crucial aspect to marriage. It fails to appreciate the fact that we always marry the wrong person. We never know whom we marry; we just think we do. Or even if we first marry the right person, just give it a while and he or she will change. For marriage, being [the enormous thing it is] means we are not the same person after we have entered it. The primary challenge of marriage is learning how to love and care for the stranger to whom you find yourself married.” 

10 Myths About Introverts – I found this extremely self descriptive. I can identify with it.

And for fun….

Use Google as a timer with a simple search command.

One of my favourtie subscriptions on YouTube is Smarter Every Day. This is just one of the videos that make me wish I still studied science!



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