Idiot Proof Your Life

We all make dumb mistakes.

Luckily we are not living in the times where being distracted can get us eaten by a lion.

With that being said, stupid mistakes can cost us a lot, even in 21st century.

The aim should always be to idiot proof our lives. We are but human beings, and no matter how hard we try we are going to make mistakes.

Small mistakes because we were distracted can cause huge side effects. The solution is to clear out your brain periodically so you can work on what needs to be worked upon with a clear mind.

Am I right?

We must strive to create an environment around us that allows us to make mistakes without deadly/living on the street kind of repercussions.

I have a ton of stuff swarming my brain throughout the day. It becomes imperative for me to put it at one place to be referenced later so that I can focus on the work at hand.

That allows me to work better and provide better results for my clients.

With me? Let’s carry on.

Here are a few ideas to idiot proof your life:

Quick 2 Minute Morning Journal

  1. Maintain a quick 2 minute morning journal: You write down everything that is eating at you right after you wake up. This helps you sort your mind and get to what needs to be worked upon that day.

Organize Information Digitally

2. Get used to putting ideas and references down into a software like Evernote, Google Keep, Notion etc. for later: This will help you focus on task at hand instead of going down the rabbit hole of content consumption.

Review Your Brain’s Library Weekly

3. Weekly Review: Setup a weekly review where you go through both of the above libraries of content and sort them like a second brain.

These things might seem simple, but are highly effective in organizing your thoughts, especially when real pen is put to paper!

2 thoughts on “Idiot Proof Your Life

  1. Our blog intent is so similar. I write about both life and people around. Reading you makes sense. 🙂 Great content. Keep writing! (Y)

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