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The Power of Selective Ignorance

In the most recent edition of James Clear’s weekly newsletter, he shared this gem on improving your quality of life.

Be “Selectively Ignorant”

  • Ignore topics that drain your attention.
  • Unfollow people that drain your energy.
  • Abandon projects that drain your time.

Do not keep up with it all. The more selectively ignorant you become, the more broadly knowledgable you can be.

What or who do you need to start ignoring?

We cannot control how the news will make us feel, but we can decide whether to watch it or not. We cannot control how someones words will make us feel, but we can decide to spend time with people who want the best for us. Choose who and what you let into your mind.

2 responses to “The Power of Selective Ignorance”

  1. Yes, I 100% agree. In 2020 America, that means ignore everything.

    1. There are glimmers of hope, but yes there is a lot of negativity… hopefully as the political season comes to a close there is more focus on the positives of America šŸ˜‰

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