One mindset shift can help reorient our priorities and motivate us to get hard things done

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“I am never going to enjoy working out.”

I remember saying this to my friend with tears in my eyes, wrapped up in a type of frustration that only comes after years of an on-again, off-again relationship with fitness. At this point, I was plenty familiar with the wisdom that…

By automating my lists using Airtable, I was able to reclaim my motivation and inspiration

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Life is neverending—until, of course, it ends. Leading up to that fateful moment, we spend our days carrying out ceaseless tasks, our lists ever-growing, and our time ever-shrinking. The density of the everyday is overwhelming and exhausting, carrying over from one day to the next. There is always something to…

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