More than four years ago I ditched owning cable. Around two years ago I got rid of my TV altogether as I realized I never used it. Along with going car-free, removing TV has easily been one of the best choices I’ve made: I can consciously say I am more focused, productive and awake/in the moment than I’ve ever been.
Five years ago, I rid myself of having cable (and two years ago, I ditched owning a TV altogether). It has easily been one of the best choices of my life: I’ve been more productive personally and professionally, had time for continued learning across several verticals and an amplified drive to create art.
PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor Peter Thiel is offering an interesting proposition to young, driven innovators: $100,000 to drop out of college and launch startups. Directly from his fellowship site:
I’ve previously shared Gen Y observations from a personal perspective as someone part of the generation. Continuing this dialog, a recent article by Rebekah Monson caught my eye sharing her observations on Gen Y. It reacted to the recent long-winded NY Times and Slate articles on 20-somethings.