Month: September 2021

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Lessons from writing 15 newsletters and how to stick to a consistent quality content posting schedule

I just finished the final version of the October 2021 Lessons From Mountains, Yamabushido’s monthly newsletter due tomorrow. This was the 15th month we have put out Lessons From Mountains, and every time it does feel like a metaphoric mountain to cross, but one that is definitely worth it. This time around we have a …

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Process and progress: how slow is too slow?

Make progress part of your process. Process can benefit from my running philosophy; once you start, you can go as slow as you like, but you can’t stop until you’re done, thus guaranteeing progress. The problem then lies in realizing when progress has stalled. Obviously this applies to different things in different ways, but it …

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Advice to those starting out: Focus on increasing value created

When starting out, a huge mistake we make is thinking our work is all about the money, that if you can earn a certain amount of money in a certain amount of time, that somehow that evaluated you as a person. After gaining a little bit of experience I realised that instead of focusing on …

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Educated Guesses

Sometimes an educated guess is all you can take. Sometimes? No, always. Nothing’s certain, so why act like it is? Give your decisions the benefit of the doubt and act on them. You never know, it might just go your way.

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