This is part of a series I call random recordings. You can learn more here: https://anthonymontalbano.com/random-recordings-1/
The following recordings are for April 2018:
- Radical open minded and radical transparency are invaluable for rapid learning and effective change.
- It’s important to not let our biases stand in the way of our objectivity.
- Evolving is life’s greatest accomplishment and life’s greatest reward.
- What you be will depend on the perspective you had.
- Man needs difficulties, they’re necessary for health.
- The quality of life will depend on the choices you make at those painful moments.
- Successful people are those who can go above themselves to see things objectively and manage those things to shape change.
- Don’t let pain stand in the way of progress.
- Never rule out a goal because you think it’s unattainable.
- View painful problems as potential improvements that are screaming at you.
- Weaknesses don’t matter if you find solutions.
- Most disagreements aren’t threats as much as they’re opportunities for learning.
- Just because something is familiar doesn’t mean it’s simple.
- Habit is essential inertia, the strong tendency to keep doing what you’ve already been doing.
- Research suggests that if you stick to a behavior for approximately 18 months, you’ll build a strong tendency to stick with it nearly forever.
- Decision making is a two-step process, first learning, then deciding.
- Bad things that happen in the past no longer matter, except as a lesson for the future.