This was the first self-help book I listened to.
Many concepts were new to me, hence the book had a significant impact on me.
While listening to the book, I took many notes.
I wasn't blogging at the time. That's why I'm writing this blog post so late.
Time warriors rise to challenges, they don't postpone them.
Finishing tasks makes you more energized due to the fulfillment they come with.
If you are doing a task and something else burdens you, do that instead. Focus on it and finish it.
If something in your head causes you not to focus on the current task, write it down and tackle it later.
Don't imagine how things may end up in the future. We often imagine the worse case scenarios. Just fucking do it!
Try doing tasks without overthinking or focusing on your current feelings. Just do them like a robot. You will be surprised how much you can accomplish and the challenges you can overcome.
We often think we don't know enough before we do something. Just do it and you will find yourself knowing way more than you expected!
Be willing to take risks. Risks make us grow. We will never become happier if we don't grow and improve as we deeply desire.
Don't live a life where you're on your deathbed, wishing you had taken more risks.
Practice whatever you want to be good at. No matter what age you think you are, contemplating the future gives us fear.
Be relentless and maximize the short life you have.