True productivity comes from internal drive, not "hacks"
This is great advice to people to tend to be too hang up on stuff, I speak for myself as I'm determined to achieve something even though I have to sacrifice my health for a while. Problem is I don't tune this amount of sacrifice too well and tend to get sick and in a terrible mood.
Adolos, could you talk about how you manage frustration in your life? How do you get back on track when things you want do not go as planned. What about when it's all about to fail, how do you let it happen to go back to fix things later without bashing yourself about it. This is a topic I try to improve in life but I find a lot of resistance.
You spoke out of my heart. At the beginning of this year i changed my workplace to make "career" and lost all my joy even my time out of office i couldn't enjoy. Few weeks ago i decided to live "the simple life" and make some steps backwards. I quit and will go back to my old job, even if I loose a few bucks. Now I feel relieved and looking forward to enjoy life.
GPT-3 wrote this, correct. I am writing a thesis on utlizing AI to promote democracy, register voters, and for advancing the cause of human rights as well as wanting to use it to combat COVID dis/misinformation. Again, email@example.com
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Holy shit I just realized why this writing sounds so familiar. It's exactly the kind of trite, soulless content that "professional writers" pump out in an effort to flesh out the "blog" section of some commercial websites. Problem is, I know those writers don't have access to AI... which means Liam's machine doesn't sound any worse than many people who actually get paid to generate strings of words.
This is an awesome experiment, even if it's a bit scary.
For those that are just seeing this, the above post was written entirely by AI. It wasn’t fully coherent, but it’s better than a lot human written stuff that’s out there. Should we be impressed or terrified.
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