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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 18
Get wild stories and useful insights for the Messy Marketplace. Send a photo of your book for free early access!
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 15
This guy Zach Bryan has 6 videos of him on YouTube. 3 look like they were filmed on a phone and 3 are more professional. The one that gets big enough to maybe make a career is the phone one. Also really good
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 14
Replying to @BrentBeshore
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 12
Do you know if a translation for the full message?
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @JeremyAnderberg
Excited for it!
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
There are very specific plans for managing email, planning get togethers, scheduling time with your S.O. , creating helpful environments for habits, creating high-trust environments at work, and more - for being a quick, fun read, it's specific and far-reaching.
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
It's also packed full of wild stats like this: “If medical error was a disease, it would rank as the third leading cause of death in the U.S.”
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
On the importance of managing notifications: "...receiving a cell phone notification but not replying to it was just as distracting as responding to a message or call."
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
Broader principle of that idea: "The positive results of the time we spend doing something is a hope, not a certainty."
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
He slept better by reframing sleeplessness - something that's been really helpful for me: "I started to think of waking up in the middle of the night as a chance to read on my Kindle and stopped worrying about when I’d fall back asleep."
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
Rule: "You can’t call something a “distraction” unless you know what it is distracting you from." So: "Without planning ahead, it’s impossible to even tell the difference between traction and distraction." He describes how to map your values onto your calendar (and a tool)
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
"An addict’s belief regarding their powerlessness was just as significant in determining whether they would relapse after treatment as their level of physical dependence." Potentially life-saving advice: "talk to yourself the way you might talk to a friend.
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
"People who did not see willpower as a finite resource did not show signs of ego depletion... Ego depletion is essentially caused by self-defeating thoughts and not by any biological limitation."
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @nireyal
"Fun is looking for the variability in something other people don’t notice. It’s breaking through the boredom and monotony to discover its hidden beauty." (Unattributed quotes are 's)
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @oliverburkeman
"It’s a curious truth that when you gently pay attention to negative emotions, they tend to dissipate—but positive ones expand." -
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
Distraction is usually preceded by some emotional tug. Curious mindfulness is more effective than harsh discipline in overcoming these urges. We're especially vulnerable to these distractions when transitioning from one thing to another.
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Indistractable, 's new book, is awesome and genuinely helpful. He offers practices and methods for solving problems that normally just get pointed at as problems. "My life is one long escape from myself." - Samuel Johnson
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @emilyleldridge
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 9
Replying to @timhanso
It’s too big
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 6
Replying to @emilyleldridge
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