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A parable of the swordsman: Brief history of productivity
Once there was a swordsman many, many years ago, and he was known all over the world for his ingenious sabers. They worshipped this man. A swordsman. There was a great emperor one time and the great emperor had known of this swordsman, who played at Picasso-strength. He said: "I must see this man."
They went out and found this swordsman in a very small town, and they took the swordsman to see the queen. And the swordsman came in, and he was very modest and sweet. In exchange, the Emperor was very friendly and inviting.
Now, this allegory, I call it "Sword Crafter's Parable", I call you to think about it, because in many ways it is the mystery of being great. Five, I don't know what it is to you, but rebuild your possessed existence - possession is not a evil thing unless it's a evil thing - but concentrate your possessed times and energies on the five things that are most important.
There' re a bunch of folks who are really getting really tired, so they spent their best moments trying to play furious matches, looking at Instagram and review their Facebook alerts and do all those things. Now, please think of the swordsman's aphorism. Being one of those 1% individuals who really focuses on the few things that are important.
Do you have the guts to say no to the folks who call for your mayday. I wish you a lot of concentration from New York City. Continue without a track and play in top form.