While speaking with one of my UPenn students today, I discovered what it means to assume a new identity and how that transforms the way we think and learn.
Posts by Roger Osorio:
After a conversation with a friend about reading in the morning, I thought about what I get from doing it early in the day and why that’s the best time to do it.
Since 2010, I have captured highlights from Kindle books I’ve read. I’ve never gone back to review them until recently. I discovered these highlights are worth significantly more to me today than they were back then and in this post I share why.
I used to think that being a great writer leads to becoming a best selling author. Then I realized that there are many skills necessary to be a best selling author. Writing is only one of them.
One of the most effective ways of unlocking breakthroughs in my life has been through commitment and consistency. Just about anything that I’ve done enough times has led to breakthroughs. Here’s why.
Years ago I discovered that what I read matters more than how much I read. In 2019, I realized that reading the same thing over and over on repeat takes my learning and thinking to another level. Turns out reruns are good for learning!
When I launched my first reinvention, I identified the skills I believed would help me succeed the most and invested in learning them. Today, I find myself needing new skills for my next reinvention.
I hate breaking a great morning routine that took me years to develop. However, last 14 months I’ve done nothing but reinvent my daily routines and rituals. Here’s what I learned.
Reflecting on 15 years of reinvention, I discovered that specific moments of my life required certain teachers. Here I share how I find them, learn from them, and who I’m learning from in the current chapter of my life.
For several years, I have been intentionally slowing down time. It started as a way to avoid turning 40, but now it’s how I live my best life.