To paraphrase a famous Kung Fu Panda movie and quote Jean de La Fontaine "Our destiny is frequently met in the very paths we take to avoid it."
I believe, discussing the turning points on our path, will emphasize the need for "informed" decisions.
Most productivity strategies focus on short-term efficiency, like how to get more done each morning or workday. But certain strategic choices impact our time on a larger scale, like investments and debts. Here's how to think in terms of time assets and time debts.
Working from home is great, but it can sometimes feel like being an involuntary shut in. You sit at home all day, only to stay at home all night--and the more time you spend at home, the more inertia keeps you from leaving the house. Here's how to escape that rut.