Last month, I did something scary. I took a chance on myself and leaped before I was ready. I felt the fear and let it ride with me across the ocean to Taipei, Taiwan, where I starred in a film for the first time.
Traveling through the vibrant city of Seoul: eating delicious fusion food, moving apartments, indulging in tteokbokki rice cakes, exploring the National Museum of Korea & the expat neighborhood of Itaewon, and always ending our night with sweets! This is such a delicious trip.
Have you heard of Parkinson’s Law? The law states that a task will swell in importance the more time you allot to complete it, meaning that the more time you give yourself to do something, the more complex and daunting it will seem. The lesson? Set tight deadlines and time limits for tasks. I read about it in The 4 Hour Workweek, and although I’d never heard of it before, it made sense immediately: I (unintentionally) worked Parkinson’s law to create and launch my first album!
The Pareto Principle – also known as the “80/20 Rule” – states that roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. Learn how you can apply this rule to any area of your life and make it work to your advantage!
Hi all! Here are some tips on how to handle and avoid distractions, especially email and social media. Distractions happen to everyone, but we can learn how to manage them! Give these methods a try and let me know how it goes for you.