Tim Ferris’ Six Principles for A Choice-Minimal Lifestyle

Source: Michael Hyatt

I’m in a store, trying to pick a gift for my friend’s birthday. This should’ve been a quick errand, yet I’ve been walking through the aisles for the past 45 minutes, growing increasingly frustrated with myself. Just. pick. something! I end up walking out empty-handed.

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