- Smoked Beef Tenderloin
- Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Petite Potatoes
- Corn Salad
- Bacon-wrapped Dates w/ Goat Cheese
Jason doesn’t pay much attention to what anyone else is doing or thinking. He reads the paper once a day. He has no long-term goals for himself or his business. Everything at Basecamp is designed in six week sprints; if something can’t get done in six weeks, they don’t build it.
Jason and his team focus intently on what they are doing now, discovering what is most important to their customer and doing the best job they can to deliver that. They aren’t driven by an arbitrary growth goal. Years ago, they even decided to stop selling a few of their ancillary products. They felt their flagship Basecamp product was world-class and other complementary products were not. Less was more.
Life can be improved by adding, or by subtracting. The world pushes us to add, because that benefits them. But the secret is to focus on subtracting.
Imagine a horizontal line, with 0 on the left and 20 on the right. I want to be in the middle, at 10. But I’m at 17.
“What can I add to get to 10? I tried adding 8 but that didn’t work. Maybe 3 would help. I should go all-out and add 50.”
No amount of adding will get me where I want to be.
Source: Subtract | Derek Sivers
If you are looking for some weekend fun, try our some of these paper airplane designs from Fold’NFly.
Just a few more days until December 25th. Time to get into the Holiday Spirit!
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Well, guess that settles it. Die Hard is the greatest Christmas story ever told!
When building habits, choose consistency over content.
The best book is the one you can’t put down.
The best exercise is the one you enjoy doing every day.
The best health food is the one you find tasty.
The best work is the work you’d do for free.
— Naval (@naval) June 28, 2018
With only 30 days left until Selection Sunday, I figured it would be a good time to start sharing my predicted brackets and final outcome. I’ve been refining my methodology over the past few years; it’s never aligned with what the selection committee has picked, but it has come fairly close. Continue reading Bracketology 2018: T-30 days and counting