The Skip Rule

The Skip Rule

I want you to skip anything on that doesn’t grab you.

Consider this podcast as a menu of obstacle crushing options for you to select from where and when needed.

Don’t suffer through anything that feels like just in case information. 

The goal is to be consuming just in time information and bookmarking the just in case information for later comsumption.

This is not a one-size-fits-all podcast. I expect you to discard plenty. Only consume what you need and enjoy.

If you skip an episode do so but do so intelligently.

If you decide to skip past something, note it, return to it later at some point, and ask yourself:

Why did I skip this?

Seem beneath me?

Seem too difficult?

Did I arrive at any thing I answered Yes to above by thinking it through, or is it a reflection of biases inherited from me parents and others?

Very often, “our” beliefs are not our own. This type of practice is how you create yourself, instead of seeking to discover yourself. There is value in the latter, but it’s mostly past-tense: It’s a rearview mirror. Looking out the windshield is how you get where you want to go.

Reference: Ferriss, Timothy. Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers (Kindle Locations 391-395, 385-390). Ebury Publishing. Kindle Edition.

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