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Joined by the editor of this podcast, Roy Matz, we reflect on all of the things that happened in the past quarter. This is a wide-ranging reflection on: routines, new experiences, time management, best books and documentaries, and a lot more.
[4:45] Freediving experience
[12:15] New Morning Routines
[22:11] The Three Iteration Process
[21:30] Importance of daily routines
[24:05] Embracing play
[36:40] Allocating Time
[41:02] Favorite Documentaries
[49:19] Best Books
Essentialism by Greg McKeown
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success By Deepak Chopra
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