To not recycle means to be wasteful. This thinking isn’t limited to things as it applies to people, places, and ideas. You want to find efficiencies in reuse. It’s pragmatic to conserve energy, space, and time.
Most activities that enhance your performance over the long-term will require repetition. This is what makes habits so powerful. It’ll take doing that thing over and over for there to be any major effect.
Err on the side of living as a realist over an idealist. A realist pursues progress by embracing reality. Idealism will help you see the direction you want to go, but realism will get you there quicker. You’ll make most decisions on autopilot, so how you internalize the world will influence how you make most decisions.
What you can do tomorrow should always be in some way more than you can do today. Making these incremental improvements everyday is how you stay competitive. This means adopting a growth mindset.
They are linked. Your sleep affects your ability to perform. Time management for any project must include an adequate sleep schedule for all participants. If you want to do your best work get your best sleep.
Blame is an excuse to justify not taking accountability. It only serves to disempower those who believe it. And worse, it doesn’t represent reality. You’ll be able to control an outcome more often than not.
Seek the input of others. Many groups of people could provide insights you couldn’t otherwise get by yourself. Ask for feedback from family, friends, colleagues, customers, and so on.