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22 Lessons I Learned in 2022
2020 and 2021 were fucking awful, but I’ll look back and smile when I remember 2022.
It’s no doubt the year I’ve grown the most, and thought I’d share a list of what I learned.
Tracking my sleep is the best habit I have, and I’m sleeping better than ever because of it.
Energy Management > Time Management.
My system for how I get my work done is more important than how much effort I put into work.
Aside from spending time with family, I’m at my happiest when I’m doing meaningful work with people I respect.
Asking for help is the biggest time saver.
Thinking you can do it all on your own and not asking for help is the biggest time waster.
Like running, working at 100% leads to injury.
Little good comes from communication breakdowns.
The Dock would be nothing without its community.
Being organised during the day makes it easier to switch off at night.
I already knew this, but there’s no stopping David Pocock.
Depression is a great way to kill your ego and was the most humbling experience I’ve ever had.
It’s hard to know when to go with the flow and when to stand your ground.
- kept going from strength to strength and there’s no stopping it.
The Wallabies are a chance to win the World Cup next year in Paris if they can stay injury free.
I averaged 3.2kms per day running in 2022, which is down on previous years and looking at this graph made me realise that I was running from my problems.
Aside from marrying Jen, starting this blog was the best decision of my life.
The more I “zoom out” and look at the big picture, the clearer I can see the progress I’ve made and the better I feel.
Never do a speech remotely while tired and unprepared.
Again, I already knew this but my Dad is incredible.