How to effortlessly integrate Self-Study into your routine [Storytime Saturdays]
How you can balance your hobbies, family commitments, health, and career with your self-study
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To commemorate this, I have a very special piece for you. A lot of people have reached out to me to ask how I balance my time, with all the commitments I have going. And how they can actually set time aside to study consistently when they have to balance a lot of obligations.
To those of you that don’t know, I recently appeared on Ken Jee’s podcast. One of the topics we covered was my approach to balancing time. My answer was pretty well-received, so I decided to go into it in more detail here.
In this piece, I will go over 7 actionable things you need to do to allow yourself to find time and balance your various commitments. This will allow you to set up your life in a way that allows you to constantly grow and learn while not burning yourself out.
Before you proceed any further, I have a giant favor I need from you. As you know, I am building up my online brand. One of the most important requirements for that is having a lot of testimonials. I have created a simple Google Form, where you can drop an anonymous testimonial. If you like my writing, I would really appreciate an anonymous testimonial. You can drop it here. It would take 2 mins, costs you nothing, and would mean the world to me.
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