This update includes 5 weeks of results.
Congo 2018. Auto sales dropped down 40.5%
Sunday July 07, 2019
Congo Republic vehicles market fell down 40.5% in 2018 with 1.965 sales, after the previous year’s boom. Toyota kept dominating the market with 39.2% of share – declining by 43% – ahead of several Japanese brands.The post Congo 2018. Auto sales dropped down 40.5% appeared first on https://focus2move.com.
Hard to imagine I’ve done some version of the checklist 100 times. But it seems to work! The right habits are just so powerful…and conversely the wrong ones are just so frustrating, and hard to change.
Bộ 08 camera hikvison, 2mp, hồng ngoại 20m
Saturday January 04, 2020
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These 5 weeks represent some of the highest scores I’ve ever gotten (including a 98%, a near perfect week). And productivity wise, I *felt* like I got a lot done.
But I wasn’t happy. Like, not at all. And I guess that shouldn’t be surprising: from experience, a good checklist score isn’t really related to what I’d consider personal happiness / satisfaction / fulfillment.
So let’s see what the next cycle brings. If this disconnect continues, I may try to change something in a significant way — whether removing a lot of existing habits, adding some energizing new ones, or changing the way I track and score them…just thinking out loud.
Do we really need separate smartphone designs for men and women? Cyrcle thinks
Wednesday July 24, 2019
Life’s challenges force us to harden up. Relationships, work, children, family and finances all combine to put us under a lot of pressure and the way we are expected to deal with these is to develop resilience and to some extent indifference. We are required to be tough. To teach our kids to be tough […]
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