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Philip Looney
Product Management professional with a love of learning, reading, travel, and fitness.
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James Clear Aug 29
Start more books. Quit most of them. Read the great ones twice.
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Philip Looney Aug 10
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Summer Reading: 5 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read
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James Clear Jul 22
Ultimately, anyone who wishes to fulfill their potential must come to terms with the endless nature of self-improvement. Specific goals or projects may have a beginning and an end, but the process of improvement goes on forever. There is no finish line.
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Philip Looney Jul 17
Compound Interest and Compounding Growth: A Comprehensive Guide
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I Did the Whole 30 in August – Here’s what happened via
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The Health Benefits of Walking and How to Walk for 30 Minutes A Day via
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Philip Looney Jul 12
Replying to @Upwork @evernote
Using the Pomodoro Technique to time block my work for the week and the day
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James Clear Jul 11
How to Double Your Productivity Step 1: Stop reading articles on how to double your productivity. Step 2: Start sleeping 8 hours a night.
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DHH Jul 9
Look, open-space offices may be necessary for some companies, if they can’t afford private offices. But don’t dress up such a compromise as “good collaboration”. Just apologize to workers for subjecting them, allow remote work to escape it, and commit to Library Rules within.
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Brain Rules Jul 8
Formal musical training improves intellectual skills in several cognitive domains. Music boosts spatiotemporal skills, vocabulary, picking out sounds in a noisy environment, working memory, and sensory-motor skills.
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The Paris Review Jul 8
“I tell people, Make a list of ten things you hate and tear them down in a short story or poem. Make a list of ten things you love and celebrate them. When I wrote ‘Fahrenheit 451’ I hated book burners and I loved libraries. So there you are” —Ray Bradbury
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Philip Looney Jul 4
My June 2018 review
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Philip Looney Jul 4
The Fitness Books that Guided My Fitness Journey
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Philip Looney Jul 3
I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who.
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Shane Parrish Jun 30
Athletes didn't get paid more until TV came around. Why? Reach. All of the sudden your talent could be on display in every living room. The internet has given this same opportunity to everyone.
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