Most people define themselves by what they consume. People who get things done and move themselves and the world forward define themselves by what they produce.
Inner Game and Mindset
Your inner game describes how you internally structure something that you do in the physical world, in your mind.
It can be thought of as the mindset that supports (or hampers) the things you do in life.
It describes your beliefs, values, purpose, capabilities and more.
There are three types of reality – objective, subjective and intersubjective. Here’s how they differ and how you can use that to your advantage.
Purpose is the biggest time management secret. Without purpose, all time management and productivity techniques are pointless. With purpose, anything is possible.
Boredom is what happens when external stimuli and our attention get together and it all goes wrong. Here’s why it happens and what we can do to overcome boredom.
Your inner game is how you think about the world and what you do. It is the sum of your purpose, identity, values, beliefs, skills and environment. Here’s how you can improve it.
“Finding your passion” doesn’t work for systems thinkers, builder, mechanic and INTJ-types. Instead, you need to get started and use your momentum. Here’s why.