A common theme in the articles I found today: progress. Whether you’re just setting goals, looking back on the past 10 years of working towards those goals, or getting ready for a brand new adventure, making progress is always important.
Whether it’s slow and steady, or at a rapid pace, making any progress is always an accomplishment to be proud of.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Stop comparing yourself to others. Period. Justin talks about finding your own success and setting your own goals in his latest post.
- Economist Richard Thaler compares the slumping Orioles Chris Davis to an expensive dessert using the sunk cost fallacy.
- Some of the best lessons in life are tough to learn. Stephen talks about how important it will be for his future children to learn those tough lessons.
- A lot can happen over a span of 10 years, and change doesn’t happen in a day, week or even a month. Real change takes time, and Stefan outlines this in his latest post.