Posts Tagged ‘no time’


How was your childhood?

Did you grow up poor?

Were you picked on?

Were you bullied?

Did inconceivable events transpire?

Were unspeakable words spoken?


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The 80/20 Principle

a clock tower from behind

The past 2 weeks, due to a confluence of various factors, have been hectic for me. I have had to eat dinner at 11pm on a few nights each week and work out at 2am on at least a couple of nights. Obviously I know that doing this along with the consequent sleep deprivation is not the healthiest thing to do to my body, but I do so to maintain consistency in my evening ritual. The upshot has been a constant search for better time-management strategies.


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A watch and coins

Time and money is on everyone’s lips, and if you’re not paying attention, you’ll soon find yourself with neither time on your hands nor money in your pocket. Fortunately, there is a powerful tool that can protect these scarcest of resources. This tool will neither take up any of your time nor cost you any money to acquire. It is free and instantly available to anyone who has the courage to wield it. This tool is nothing more and nothing less than the ability to say “No.”


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A few minutes before midnight

For the most part, I subscribe to the philosophy of Look Before You Leap. Experience has shown that a single-minded focus on speed tends to result in many small achievements in the short term, while the achievement of long-lasting change is often quite time-consuming. However, there are occassions when we must instead pay homage to the maxim of Ready, Fire, Aim! Time may be scarce and you may only have a very small window with which to land an opportunity or evade certain disaster.


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Have I Slowed Down?

A turtle

Dear Reader,

Sorry for my lack of activity in the last 2 weeks.  As my previous post may have implied, I have a lot on my plate and I need time to put my house in order.  Rest assured that both the quantity and the quality of my posts will continue to increase.  I haven’t even hit my stride yet.

Stay with me, and you won’t be disappointed.


A. T. Bui

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