Do stuff, stuff happens | What I’m learning from “The 12 Week Year”

An all-too-rare sight: my bicycle, not in the shed

I’m on week 3 of “The 12 Week Year”, and in the book there’s a section on accountability: a term most often used in the sense of “holding someone accountable for their actions” i.e. negative consequences for someone after bad behaviour of some kind. Instead of this approach, “Accountability as Ownership” is how the author frames it: “a character trait, a life stance, a

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Laura Kidd

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Mindful productivity, digital minimalism, creativity and music. Solo artist Penfriend, “Attention Engineer” podcast host. She/her.

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