I just came back from lunch with Carro! I had truffle-pasta and a glass of wine, it's Friday after all 🙂 I have already cleared the difficult things on my todo-list so the rest of the day will be filled with fun things, although work related.
On my way there and back I listened to the podcast with Jesper Parnevik, the Swedish golf player (episode here) and he reminded me of two simple ways to success; always do the most difficult things on your agenda first and practice hard, really hard, if you want to be good at something. He mentioned the “ten-thousand-hour-rule”, meaning you need to practice at least ten thousand hours to get good at something. I believe that’s true and there are no other short cuts to success. Happy weekend!