Today is Tuesday. So far I went out for a run, cooked salmon for breakfast, argued with my son, caught up on a live webinar (3 minutes late), checked-in for my flight tomorrow, and looked up at the clock and panicked. Its already 11 am and I have 2000 words to write for my book, Improving Numeracy in Medicine, pack for 2, and figure out a realistic amount of work to bring on a 10 hour flight. I am running out of road but I still have a few things to do:
1) Get a head start on my word counts for the week (its how I stay on schedule). I have to keep reminding myself that similar to the recommendation for 2 drinks of a wine a night--it is frowned upon to save all 14 for one evening.
2) Catch up on my to do list--or in my case? Start a to do list...
In a climate where we listen to the loudest voice and struggle with picking the heaviest fruit--what trade-offs are you willing to make? What do you value?
Fascinating podcast over on James Altucher. I had no idea that McAfee was more than just an annoying pop-up on my computer. This story has everything--Belize pirates, faked heart attacks, government conspiracy, drugs, but also actionable insights to make you ponder.
Here is the big take-away for those of you that like short-cuts. You pay a price for convenience. Listen to discussions of why a simple flashlight app has access to your videos--and you allowed it to happen. Find out what other data is being collected without your knowledge (but with your permission). Here is a link to a free app. Why don't you just hit play. Its worth the effort...
Thoughtful discussions about content development and outcomes analytics that apply the principles and frameworks of health policy and economics to persistent and perplexing health and health care problems