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Egle Dapkeviciute on Learn how to learncreator of geriprojektai.lt l seeker of creativity and deeper understanding
TO BOOST PRODUCTIVITY. I found out that writing a journal is one of the best way to stay focused and use my time and energy effectively. >> Once a week I write a brief weekly list of key tasks (up to 20 items). >> I create daily to-do list from the items on the weekly to-do list (5-10 items). >> Try to write a daily task list in the evening before (research has shown this helps your subconscious to grapple with the tasks on the list so you figure out how to accomplish them). >> Set goals finish time. >> I tell myself: "I've finished for today" and have a relax time or do something fun. Tip: try to improvise to develop a system that works for you. For example, I've noticed that sometimes I overestimate how many tasks I can do in a day, so started drawing cubics (1 cubic - 1 hour) to see how much time each task will need and understand how many I can manage in a day.

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Justas JanauskasQoorious human
Great tips, thanks for sharing!
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FLOW. When you are highly focused in the moment, you can reach flow state. Once you’re in flow, you become a superman. This is the moment when sense of self disappears, time passes strangely, your whole being is involved, and you're using your skills to the utmost. My best school where I’ve learned to control and direct my focus was a 10-day Vipassana meditation course. But there are many other methods to reach this state. Highly recommend to read Steven Kotler books to know more and learn to hack yourself and unleash your potential: >> Stealing fire: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/30317415-stealing-fire >> The rise of superman: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18222878-the-rise-of-superman And of course a Joe Rogan podcast to have more fun on the way: https://youtu.be/KNobzrnSRMc
Joe Rogan Experience #873 - Steven Kotler
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- What does it feel to be wrong? - (People say): embarrassing, shameful, etc. - NO! That's what it feels like to find out you were wrong. To feel to be wrong is to feel right. We actually think we're right about stuff when we're wrong. Why do we get stuck inside this feeling of being right? 1) because of this feeling of being right. Most of us do whatever we can to avoid thinking of being wrong. 2) cultural. When you're a kid you've already learned that people who get stuff wrong are lazy and irresponsible. And the way to succeed in life is to never make any mistakes. We learn these really bad lessons really well. We deal with them by becoming perfect little A students, perfectionists, over-achievers. After I watched this TED talk, when I have a feeling that I'm 100% right, it triggers me to remember that this is the time when I might be wrong. One of the best lessons I've learnt so far!
Kathryn Schulz: On being wrong
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Egle Dapkeviciute on Surfing in Lithuaniacreator of geriprojektai.lt l seeker of creativity and deeper understanding
SURFING IN LITHUANIA Yes, we do have waves in Lithuania. And yes, it's a very good place to start learning or improve your surfing skills. Sharing some useful information: The place >> Melnragė To check forecast >> https://magicseaweed.com/Melnrage-Surf-Report/4426/ Facebook groups & pages to follow: Lithuania surf >> https://www.facebook.com/groups/1246000372162038/ Surf Style LT >> https://www.facebook.com/surfstylelt/ Spotas >> https://www.facebook.com/SpotasLT/ Banglente >> https://m.facebook.com/banglente/ Podcast about waves (in LT) >> https://open.spotify.com/show/7dYl67aRgG9hBUVHm9qE7N There are few spots in Melnrage where you can rent a surfboard and a wetsuit or take a surf lesson. (Antanas Jakutis photo)
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Egle Dapkeviciute on Learn how to learncreator of geriprojektai.lt l seeker of creativity and deeper understanding
PRETEND. Einstein's theories of relativity arose not from his mathematical skills (he constantly needed to collaborate with mathematicians to make progress) but from his ability to pretend. He imagined himself as a photon moving at the speed of light, then imagined how the second photon might perceive it. What would that second photon see and feel? Barbara McClintock, who won a Nobel Prize for her discovery of genetic transposition ("jumping genes" that can change their place on the DNA stand), imagined gigantic versions of the molecular elements she was dealing with. She personalized even made friends with the elements she was studying. It may seem silly to stage a play in your mind's eye and imagine the elements and mechanisms you are studying or working on as living creatures with their own feelings and thoughts. But it's a method that works and helps you see and understand phenomena that you couldn't intuit. Discover and use your power of imagination and mimication in the work you do. From Barbara Oakley book "A mind for numbers" - The book for learning how to learn.

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Gabija GrušaitėAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
So interesting! I do that in my own practise, but never realised it could be applied so much further!
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