We’re back again with another five questions episode.
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Here are the questions for this week:
- When I close my computer, I put all the tabs in a folder and now I have almost 10,000 links to put in order. How can I organize all of this information?
- I try to stay organized by blocking out the time each task in my day will take, but I’m always struggling to estimate the times accurately. How can I get better at planning out the times so I don’t have to keep adjusting the plans or give up entirely?
- Where can students learn about finances? Where did you learn?
- I have trouble sticking to a morning routine long enough to do anything with it. Do you still stick to a morning routine? How long have you had it?
- How can I stop from being too hard on myself for not doing more or better?
Things mentioned in this episode:
This week’s episode is sponsored by:
- Hover: Your personal brand is important, and it starts with your domain name. Get 10% off your first domain name purchase by going to Hover.com/cig.
Other things we mentioned in this episode:
- 5 Ways People Manipulate You (And How to Resist Them)
- The 10 Best Chrome Extensions for Productivity
- Thinking In Bets: How to Become Comfortable With Uncertainty (Ep. 18)
- Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki
- Your Money: The Missing Manual, by J. D. Roth
- Listen Money Matters
- A Random Walk Down Wall Street, by Burton Malkiel
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- 0:00:00 – Intro
- 0:03:47 – What we’ve been up to
- 0:14:59 – Organizing your links and tabs
- 0:21:34 – Estimating how much time you need for a task
- 0:28:05 – Sponsor: Hover (Buying a domain name)
- 0:31:10 – Learning about personal finance
- 0:44:00 – Sticking to a morning routine
- 0:48:50 – Feeling like you’re not good enough
- 0:55:02 – Conclusion