@vgr I’m finishing up a year of raptitude’s “deeper not wider” https://www.raptitude.com/2017/12/go-deeper-not-wider/
I didn’t go whole hog, though. I picked a few particularly wishful/wasteful areas of my life (books, video games, new software projects) and started working through the backlog.
Every time I would have bought something, I put it on a 2019 list instead. And now that it’s the end of the year I’ll probably just drop most of them.
@vgr for 2019 I’m thinking that I won’t buy anything new until I finish or formally quit the previous one. The “formally quit” part is what I need to work on. With books I’m allowed one fiction and one non-fiction at a time. Maybe two non fiction if one is dense and the other is light. (Or in a separate category like a project workbook...)
I’m also going to narrow down to a few key projects so I don’t spread myself too thin as a form of workaholic procrastination.
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