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8 de Lucha contra el Gran Hacks Fundamentalmente a cambiar su vida


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Nota del editor: Este es un invitado procedente de arcilla Collins Proyecto de Liberación y La vida de Crecimiento .

Albert Einstein dijo que "los problemas no pueden resolverse por el mismo nivel de pensamiento que los creó." Einstein, por supuesto, tenía razón. A veces, nuestros problemas requieren más de la vida "hacks, trucos, retoques, etc A veces nuestras vidas no es necesario la optimización, deben ser fundamentalmente reconfigurado.

Así pues, ¿Cuáles son anti-Hacks?

"Hay miles de" hacking "en las ramas de un mal para todos los huelguistas en la raíz." --Henry David Thoreau

Anti-hacks attempt to solve problems by approaching them at a higher level of thinking (the prefix “anti,” by the way, can mean “instead of” as in “anti-drug,” or “anti-folk”). For example, while David Allen says that “mind like water” (piece of mind) comes from creating exhaustive to-do listsygetting everything out of tu head, an anti-hack might involve meditación , Porque todos la lista de decisiones en el mundo no tiene a una meditación, la mente-como el agua-estado.

Un truco podría ayudar a optimizar el motor de su coche para que pueda obtener un mejor millaje de gas, mientras que una lucha contra el pirateo podría implicar en movimiento cerca de su lugar de trabajo a fin de que usted puede caminar o en bicicleta al trabajo.

(By the way, creating a new word for an old idea can be a pretty pretentious thing. But I’m asking you to cut me some slack aquí. I’m not trying to push my own vocabulary, build a movement, or be clever; I just couldn’t think of a better term. Use whatever terms you want – I have no agenda. Still, I think the term “anti-hack” highlights a significant distinction between optimization — hacks, tweaks, tips, etc. —yreconfiguration).

Aquí están algunos de mis pensamientos más ofensivo, envasados como ...

8 de Lucha contra el azar Hacks Para Vivir

Por favor, tenga en cuenta algunas de estas "anti-" hacks "no puede ser posible para usted. No se trata de "talla única" solución.

1. Embrace Your Inner Dilettante, be Flaky,yDenounce the Cult of Permanence. After college graduation, we’re allowed a couple years of experimental wiggle room. And when those years are oven we’re supposed to semi-permanently stay put. We’re supposed to stop vagabonding through life. We’re supposed to sit downyshut up.

In this dayyage, staying put in one’s situation (i.e. one’s career, job, company, city, town, etc.) is how you become an expert, advance in tu field,ywin the respect of tu peersyfamily. We’re fed the myth that staying put affords us dream jobs. And we want this permanence as well: we want tenure, we want seniority, we want bedrocksysure things.

But radicalyrapid-fire growth often happens when you have freedom to try new things. Rapid-fire growth doesn’t require traveling across the country, starting a new business, or flooding tu senses on a daily basis, but it often requires a high level of latitude. Radical growth often requires the ability to rapidly change directions, change contexts,ychange situations. Rapidfire crecimiento a menudo requiere un diletante-esque movilidad. Y si este ejercicio de la movilidad suficiente, puede muy bien otros que perciben como alguien que no ha encontrado a sí mismo. "

El problema es que después de la enseñanza superior que sólo la vida no está configurado para fomentar el crecimiento;es configurado para recompensar el estancamiento. Somos recompensados por el estancamiento, por la pervivencia de las cosas innecesariamente.

2. Dejar de esconderse detrás de la comodidad de Stepping Stones. Así que muchos de nosotros vivimos "trampolín vida." Pasamos la mayor parte de nuestras horas de vigilia de trabajo para objetivos que no son más que peldaños para otros objetivos. Por ejemplo:

  • Que hacemos bien en la escuela secundaria para que podamos entrar en una buena universidad.
  • Que hacemos bien en la universidad para que podamos obtener un buen contratado por la empresa (o entrar en una buena escuela de postgrado).
  • We do well at our jobs so we can get even better jobsymake more money.
  • Nos sumamos a las comisiones de relleno o de impresionar a nuestros reanuda nuestros jefes.

(Pregunta: ¿quétula vida como si cortar todos los pasos ?)

Estamos incómodo ir tras lo que queremos en formas que no son culturalmente o institucionalmente aprobados. Pero creemos que todo vaya bien para vivir con valentía por ir directamente después de lo que queremos.

(I realize that not everyone has the luxury of avoiding stepping stones. If tu dream requires a medical degree, for example, you’ll need to suck it upystay on those stones).

3. Perseguir el auto-desarrollo más productividad. Productivity often poses as self-development, but self-developmentyproductivity can be two muy diferentecosas. ¿Qué es mejor para nosotros como individuos puede ser perjudicial para nuestros en el puesto de trabajo la productividad.

4. Ir a "Como Agua Mente" el Camino (es decir, mindfulness). Hay un mito de la productividad entre muchos evangelistas que la productividad - o un sistema de productividad - puede conducir a la meditación estado similar a "la mente como el agua.

“In karate taquí is an image that’s used to define the position of perfect readiness: “mind like water.” Imagine throwing a pebble into a still pond. How does the water respond? The answer is, totally appropriately to the forceymass of the input; then it returns to calm. It doesn’t overreact or underreact.

“[I]f you get seriously far out of that state–and start to feel out of control, stressed out, unfocused, bored,ystuck–do you have the ability to get tuself back into it? That’s waquí the methodology of [my productivity system] will have the greatest impact on tu life, by showing you how to get back to “mind like water,” with all tu resourcesyfaculties functioning at a maximum level. ” - David Allen

The mind like water myth is the myth is that any productivity system can be the starting point for having “all tu resourcesyfaculties functioning at maximum level.” The myth is that a water-tight task-handling methodology, an elaborate folder system, a clockwork method for handling tu inbox, a label-maker,ya set of routines come primero.

El "mito de la mente como el agua" es que que la productividad - o un sistema de productividad - es laruta,ythat mind like water is the destino. Bruce lee once said that “all fixed set patterns are incapable of adaptability or pliability”ythat “the possession of anything comienza en la mente.” I believe Bruce tiene razón: Posesión de una "mente como el agua"comienza en la mente. No es la productividadprimero, La mente como el aguasegundo. Es al revés.

So what’s the truest, most direct,ysurest ruta to mind like water? I believe it is mindfulness gained through meditación (or whatever other internalyinward means we take to get taquí).

Convencido de que "la mente como el agua" el resultado de una productividad de los sistemas que obsesivamente organiza nuestra realidad externa sólo perpetúa la carrera de ratas.

5. Say “No” to the Productivity Industrial ComplexyMake Your OWN Way. The Productivity Industrial Complex is a marriage between corporationsyan entire industry of productivity companies, gurus, consultants,ysolution-makers who help corporations squeeze every ounce of productivity from their workers. Organizations like La Empresa David Allen , for example, make the bulk of their income from corporations looking to “maximize their employee output,”yit’s no surprise that they have a Fortune 500-studded client list which includes Lockheed Martin, Deloitte & Touche,ythe U.S. Department of Defense (see aquí para más de sus clientes).

“Youytu company need to get things done - lots of things[.] You have invested heavily in the human factor … but are you getting all the results from tu people that you could? Are they maximizing their output?” - La Empresa David Allen

"Productividad" es un término era industrial la economía that applies to factories, machines,yeconomies. When applied to people it often has a dehumanizing effectynegates both individual differencesyunique talents. Most best-selling productivity gurus are working in the interests of large corporationsyoften advocate valuesyapproaches that are not in the best interests of individuals. Increased productivity should result in greater carefree time, more vacations,ymore time away from work. Most of the time, however, it does not.

The workforce is laboring for more hoursyfor less pay, taking fewer vacations,ygenerally burning out.

6. Convertir su dinero en el tiempo. Desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la productividad en los EE.UU. se ha duplicado. Así que deberían trabajar de 20 horas semanas de trabajo, ¿verdad? Bueno, no somos. Estamos trabajando más (hemos intercambiado nuestro tiempo extra para obtener más dinero).In fact, we’re working more than medieval peasants,ythe 40-hour work week hasn’t changed since 1940aunque los niveles de productividad se han incrementado constantemente desde entonces.

People convert money back into time when they exchange potential income for freedom to spend their time how they wish. They do it when, for example, they decide to live simpler livesywork halftime, instead of full time. They do it when start freelancingycreate more humane work schedule. They do it when they negotiate creativeyunique work situations, start their own companies, etc.

7. Agresivamente quitar cosas de su vida que no desea hacer. It’s common knowledge that productivity naturally emerges from passion: when we love what we’re doing, productivity becomes irrelevant. The corollary is that being unproductive often results from doing things you’d rather not do. Elaborate productivity systems have all too often become crutches for passionate living (if you hate tu job, you’re probably going to need an elaborate productivity system to keep you focusedyon task).

"Eficiencia, que es hacer las cosas bien, es irrelevante hasta que el trabajo en lo correcto." Peter Drucker

The direct route to productivity is being passionate about what you do. This observation, however, is largely an academic point that doesn’t do much to help the problem. Very few people hear that passion will make them productiveythen-out of a dedication to productivity-immediately proceed to follow their dreamsybecome more productive. So, instead of talking about how passion will make you more productive, I’d like to re-frame the conversation by saying this: unwanted tasks are the the #1 cause of tu productivity problems.

Si sólo hizo lo que quería hacer, lo que probablemente sea la persona más productiva en el mundo.

Q: ¿Cuál es la solución?

R: Para la medida de lo posible, dejar de hacer cosas que no quieren hacer.

OK, so we have to pay taxes, we have to take care of our children (hopefully this is a joy), etc. The problem is that most people are very bad at differentiating between these very real non-negotiablesyfictional non-negotiables.

If you want ultimate productivity you might want to think about aggressively removing everything you don’t want to do from tu life. Declutter tu headspace. If you really want to live passionately, you’ll need to consider leaving nearly everything you’re not passionate about. I want to emphasize that it’s not quitting thingsybeing flaky that will make you productive, it’s the aggressive elimination of everything that doesn’t make you come alive.

8. Realize that Perspective is often the Best Solution to tu Problems. Raoul Vaneigem once wrote that “[e]verything has [already] been said [and] all our knowledge is essentially banal.” And he’s right. If you read the profound thoughts of any great teacher or leader, you’ll likely find no new knowledge. What you will find, however, is heaps of timeless perspective. You’ll find knowledge deeply rooted in perspectiveyamplified by perspective.

Great thinkersyteachers are great because their perspective forces you to take a segundo glance at the knowledge you already have. And their perspective is so compelling because it couldn’t have come from anywaquí except direct experience.

When workaholics give up their minds each workday in devotion to balancing spreadsheets, selling widgets, arguing cases, etc. it’s not knowledge they’re missing out on. It’s perspective. The kind of perspective that requires variety,ydiscursive thinking,ymorning runs during sunrise. The kind of perspective that requires new experiences, reflection,ycarefree conversations with friends.

We desperately lack perspective because we are a society of workaholics,yworkaholism is like kryptonite to perspective. (It’s often said that highly intelligent people lack common sense; but I believe they really lack is perspective as a result of handing an unhealthy amount of their brainpower to their bosses).

Y la cosa acerca de la perspectiva es que usted simplemente no puede "hackear" la misma.

Taquí are no perspective hacks. None. You just have to suck it up, live a little,ywallow in the mud of life. You have to get tu hands dirty with this beautiful business of living. You have to question, meditate,yfail often. You simply have to make space for perspectiveyhope that it will come eventually. You have to spend time in a manner that would seem self-indulgent to most.

En mi opinión, la perspectiva es el rey de todos los anti-hacks "

“Don’t worry about what the world needs. Ask what makes you come aliveydo that. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.” - Howard Thurman

Arcilla Collins es el creador de Proyecto de Liberación – Lifestyle Design on Steroids y La vida de Crecimiento . Ir aquí para una copia gratuita de su próximo libro, "Anti-Hacks para vivir".
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