@avclark on what seems to work for him productively

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how we’re all wired differently and we’re so much happier and more productive if we play to our strengths rather than try to conform to some external system.

Via my friend Adam on Medium. This is true. All I can do is tell you what has been working for me and what has been working for my clients.

It’s up to you to take any system and keep the good part and toss the crap that doesn’t work for you. Is the otherwise not good book Pivot1, Jenny Blake, gets this piloting part right.

Keep trying new stuff. Keep what works for you and toss the rest. Find better replacements for the stuff that almost works.

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