For the weekly videos, I now tell a story. I’ve realized that for me, and I think for many people, a story is what holds my attention and makes a point most powerfully.
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This reminds me of something Virginia Woolf wrote in her Diary: "My mind works in idleness. To do nothing is often my most profitable way." Agree, disagree? Does your "work" sometimes distract you from your "work"?
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You can also read more about this in Happier at Home, chapter five.
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