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Daily Habits Checklist #100 (January 21 to February 24)

This update includes 5 weeks of results.

SsangYong 2018. Global Sales down 3.5%
Saturday April 20, 2019

SsangYong Global performance in recent years has kept an impressive pace but in the 2018 fell moderately down (-3.5%) closing with 141.433 units sold. China was the best-performing country while disappointing performances were scored in UK, Germany and New Zealand. In the recently published study, focus2move team projects volumes at 187.200 by the 2025.The post […]

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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.

The best complicated explanation of Bitcoin’s value prop that I’ve read to date
Thursday May 23, 2019

Bitcoins are valuable because they are the irreplaceable, scarce incentive token that serve as the glue to a distributed, novel, triple-entry accounting scheme that disintermediates money + accounting + third party verification by combining them into a single, software-based product. Demand exists to use this software because it offers absolute assurance in accounting for value […]

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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.

Guatemala 2018. Used cars’ market keeps damaging sales (-3.5%)
Monday April 15, 2019

Guatemala vehicles market dropped down 3.5% in 2018 for the third year in a row.  The new vehicles’ market is experiencing a severe erosion due to the importation of used cars. Ford and Hyundai shine within the Top10, while the leadership is still held Toyota.The post Guatemala 2018. Used cars’ market keeps damaging sales (-3.5%) appeared first on https://focus2move.com.

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