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As Richard G. Scott has suggested, “each of us needs to periodically check our bearings and confirm that we are on course.” We all could benefit from asking questions like: •Is there anything I know I should not be doing? If so, I will repent and stop it now. •Is there anything I know I should be doing, but am not? If so, I will start on it today. •What am I currently doing in life that I know is right and good? These are the practices and habits I will continue to develop.
"Creativity is subtraction" by Austin Kleon: What does this mean? - "One, getting really good at creative work requires a lot of time and attention, and that means cutting a lot of fluff out of your life so that you have that extra time and attention. And two, creativity in our work is often a matter of what we choose to leave out, rather than leave in—what is unspoken vs. spoken, what isn’t shown vs. what is, etc." #Creativity