- Jan 9, 2019
Dan Pena is the man. As a rule, you should take 3x more action than you take in information.
If you read 1 hour a day, take action at least 3 hours a day.
If you watch 2 hours of some course a day, take action at least 6 hours a day.
So if you read 3 hours a day, take action 9 hours a day.
Don't have too much action or too much information, either. You need both. But don't get caught in the "proactive procrastination" trap that a lot of people do, where they just read, read, read, and never take any action. Action is always your highest leverage point.
Great post! Printed it out and stuck it in the center of my laptop screen. Have to move it outta the way every time I want more "information"...
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